Category: Computers

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ASUS TUF Gaming FX504GM (GTX 1060)

If you ask for a recommendation from any Tech group/forum for a gaming laptop, you’ll probably find at least one comment suggesting you buy a desktop instead, and I wouldn’t say they are wrong. But for the few travel geeks or students out there, a desktop is not even an option. Whether it is because…
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Radiation Emission

⦁ Radiation emission: One of the most common discussed demerits of Mobile devices is Radiation emission. Radiation harms the human body in various aspects especially carcinogenic tumor which later turns to cancer and even sometimes mutation. Starting from Chinese Phones to iPhones, every phone emits radiation. One of the main reasons behind increased radiation emission…
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What’s up with GDPR-EU (General Data Protection Right)?

 What is GDPR? Why is it relevant? If you’re using any online services at all, your mailbox should be flooded with emails related to GDPR like mine. The funny thing is it might be annoying and all, but it’s really shifts the major control over our data from the service provider to us. Interestingly…
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Xiaomi A1 gets Android Oreo (8.0) OTA updates

Xiaomi A1 is the new addition to the Android One project of Google. The device was designed by the Chinese phone manufacturing giant, Xiaomi partnered with Google. As Google is a part of the project, the phone gets stock Android AOSP with no custom skins or UI, unlike most Mi phones. It’s a relatively cheap…
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How does Google collect live traffic data?

Recently Google has started sharing live traffic data in Dhaka. In a country like Bangladesh, believe it or not, it’s not an easy job. Bangladesh doesn’t have a traffic infrastructure which can collect traffic data, let alone process it to predict traffic patterns. But Google takes a whole new approach to solve this problem. They…
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NVIDIA GeForce2 MX 400 – Basic Overview

I was looking under my bed in my parent”s house and found out my first Graphics Card, the nVidia GeForce2 MX 400. A transparent plastic 40 mm fan screwed on top of small heat-sink which is blued on a Navy Blue PCB, an ugly red and black wire protrudes from the fan. This might not…
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How to start mining for Crypto-currency?

If you’re shopping for a new GPU, you might have noticed that the prices of most cards are rapidly increasing day by day. If you’re reading this, there is a very good chance you might already know about that. The reason behind this is the sudden increase of price in crypto-currency mining. If you’re shopping…
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HOW TO SAVE YOURSELF FROM WANNACRY

WCry, WannaCry, Wannacrypt is a ransomware. Ransomware is a type of malicious software that carries out the cryptoviral extortion attack from cryptovirology that blocks access to data until a ransom is paid and displays a message requesting payment to unlock it.

How to Save Electronic Devices from Lightning

High Voltage is one of worst enemies of our electronic devices. So, to save our devices during thunderstorm we should take some steps. I’ve tried to cover some of them.