Portable CD-ROM Drive: Only US$400

Originally Published on the Monthly Computer Jagat Magazine in 1994 CD Technology Inc. of USA has began shipping the CD Prota-Drive T4100 portable CD-ROM drive. The 1- by 6- by 8 inch drive weighs 1 pound, hasaToshibaXM-4101 drive mechanism with an average access time of 320 milliseconds and a transfer rate of 300 kilobytes per [...]

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NOW ORACLE FROM COMPAQ

originally published on the Monthly Computer Jagat Magazine in 1994 In July Compaq Computer Corporation and Oracle announced the formation of the Compaq Business Unit at Oracle and Compaq/Oracle Alliance. The unit and the alliance were established in order to deliver more reliable, higher performance and easier to manage integrated database server platforms. Under this [...]

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Samsung Launches Corby TV & Metro TV: First Mobile Phone Broadband Mobile TV in India

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd, a global leader in digital media and digital convergence technologies, today announced the launch of India’s first mobile phone duo with integrated broadband Mobile TV on the CDMA platform – Corby TV and Metro TV. Announcing the launch, Mr. Ranjit Yadav, Director- Mobile and IT, Samsung India Electronics Pvt. Ltd. stated, [...]

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Grand Launching of Second Citi Financial IT Case Competition

D.Net & Citi Bank N.A. Bangladesh with financial support from Citi Foundation has launched the Second Citi Financial IT Case competition (CFICC). In this competition, students from different public and private universities as well as institutions will be working for developing IT solution for financial institutions within the scope of this competition. The competition intends [...]

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Millennium Development Goal, ICT and Youth

Originally Published on Computer Jagat magazine in 2004 At the Millennium Summit in September 2000, world leaders passed the Millennium Declaration, which formally established the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). Since then, the MDGs have become the international standard of reference for measuring and tracking improvements in the human condition in developing countries. The Welfare of [...]

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Huge Potentiality of Japanese Software Development Jobs for Bangladesh

Originally Published in Computer Jagat Magazine in 2004 Recently a team of Japan IBM headed by Nobuhiro Hayasht met with Md. Lutfar Rahman Talukder. Secretary, Ministry of Science and Information & Communication Technology at his Office. Nobuhiro Hayashi is the General Manager of PC & Solution Development of Asia Pacific Technical Operations of IBM Japan [...]

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HP and Flora to Supply gpll Units PC to Education Ministry

HP announced recently that it has won a deal to supply more than 4,600 units of HP Compaq business desktop d220 PCs to the ministry of education in Bangladesh. These PCs will be distributed to secondary and higher secondary schools, colleges, and madras has to facilitate the education sector and improve the knowledge base of [...]

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Intel CEO Details Digital Technology Advancement

Staff Reporter Q Intel Corporation CEO Craig Barrett on February 17 Last, described how the pervasive use of digital technology and continued technology advancement are driving the fundamental transformation of commerce, entertainment and communications worldwide. Speaking to more than 4,800 technology industry engineers, developers and designers at the Intel Developer Forum (IDF), Barrett described the [...]

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BASIS Signed MoU with SEDF

A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed between South Asia Enterprise Development Facility (SEDF) and Bangladesh Association of Software & Information Services (BASIS) on 23rd February, 2004. Under the purview of the MoU, SEDF will collaborate with BASIS in pursuing common interests in developing the SMEs in the IT sector of Bangladesh. Individual projects will [...]

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