A NEWS announcement comes again excitingly for all our valued customers. With the view of serving the easy payment procedure, we have joined hands again this year with eSewa for online bill payment. For all the customers who pay their bills through eSewa, a rebate of 2% is offered from the side of the company. This service was started from 02 Bhadra 2072 and will last till 31 Bhadra 2072. This initiation of the company will make our payment process less complicated, more convenient, less expensive, and more habitual.
WorldLink has stopped the "test installation" service for all the customers who wish to take our service. The company has removed its grace period to new customers however it is still available for those users who are currently using services from other ISPs and wish to switch to us. Customers should either pay the charges to company in advance or on the same day of service installation. By doing this we are ensuring the smooth installation and sales process. The new system has been introduced with the view of making the whole installation process more efficient and easy for the company. Also customers shall benefit from it as they can make the payment right away from the ease of their premises.
September is a big month for WorldLink. It marks our 20 years of service anniversary, another milestone in the company history and indeed a proud moment for the company and all its stakeholders. There will be variety of promotions, special offers and events to mark this extraordinary year. The date is 15 September and we are all excited to unveil all that things it matters to our customers, on this day.
Google threw the tech world for a loop Monday when it announced it was separating its core business and its myriad other ventures into a constellation of companies that would all be part of the larger company Alphabet. Google founder and CEO Larry Page will now be the CEO of Alpahabet. Replacing him at Google is Sundar Pichai, Google's current senior vice president of products.Read More
Google just announced a major overhaul of its corporate structure.
As part of the change, the company that used to be called Google is going to become a new holding company called Alphabet.
The URL for the new company is abc.xyz.
Shareholders will get one Alphabet share for every Google share they previously owned. The executives in charge of Alphabet will be the same execs in charge of Google today - CEO Larry Page, President Sergey Brin, Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt, CFO Ruth Porat, and chief counsel David Drommond.
Google will stop some Flash content from automatically playing starting Sept. 1, a move it decided on earlier this year to improve browser performance.
Flash, made by Adobe Systems, is still widely used for multimedia content, but security and performance issues have prompted calls to move away from it.
In June, Google said it planned to pause Flash content that wasn't central to a Web page but allow other content such as videos to autoplay. Flash, it said, can drain a user's laptop battery faster.
While every iPhone gesture will work on an iPad, not every iPad gesture will work on an iPhone - and some of the lesser-known but most interesting iOS gestures happen to be iPad-only.
Read on for six handy gestures for iPad - and only for iPad - starting with...
Any iPhone or iPad user knows the shortcut to the iOS multitasking screen - that is, the screen that lets you swipe-back and forth between all your running apps. Double-tap the Home button, and you'll see all your background apps displayed as a series of swipeable cards.
BlackBerry's Android-based Venice smartphone isn't just a figment of someone's imagination... at least, if you believe Vietnamese resident Ba Minh Duc. He claims to have photos of the slider in action, complete with its hideway QWERTY keyboard, 18-megapixel camera and curvy screen. This isn't quite the phone you remember from 3D renders (or the once-teased BlackBerry 10 version), thoughRead More
The advent of virtual reality is bringing tons of new ways to experience well, pretty much anything you want.
Video games are the obvious medium for headsets like the HTC Vive, Oculus Rift or Sony's Project Morpheus but there's so much more you can do with VR. Movies are being transformed into interactive, immersive mediums and creative filmmakers are only just getting started.