Expansion of FTTH Network

With the view of serving more customers with our latest FTTH technology, we have further expanded our network coverage to Budhanilkantha, Golfutar, Hattigauda and Kusunti. Our customers can now enjoy the latest technology which offers the highest speed, is highly stable, more reliable and useful for futuristic internet uses some experts see coming. This forward step is an inspiring achievement for the company in the field of network expansion and FTTH service roll-out.

Good bye to “Dial up Service”

WorldLink bid farewell to its “Dial up service” connection almost after 20 years of company’s operation. In order to provide the fastest internet service and to invest the resources towards supporting more recent technologies, the company decided to put an end to the service. Customers will not be able to dial and connect to 15100/15101 to check emails and browse the internet that served the connection at the maximum speed of 56 Kbps. Those subscribing to high speed internet will no longer get the “free-email” service; there will be a separate charge for those customers willing to take the Email service.

Windows 10 launch is a 'new era', says Microsoft boss

The software, launched globally on Wednesday, is the company's attempt to reverse its fortunes in the mobile industry. Windows 10 will be offered as a free upgrade to most consumers. However, companies will have to pay for their version, as will PC-makers to pre-install it. Analysts say the strategy is designed to speed adoption.

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Source: http://www.bbc.com/
Apple, Yahoo Get Perfect Scores in EFF Data Privacy Ratings

Which companies can users trust with their information? Apple, Adobe, Dropbox and Yahoo, according to a new report from the Electronic Frontier Foundation. For the fourth year in a row, the non-profit privacy advocate ranked top tech companies

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Source: http://www.nbcnews.com
Never lose a tab in Google Chrome again

The introduction of tabbed browsing made it really easy to check lots of things at once, but sometimes even the best of us get tab-happy. This can lead to a lack of productivity because more time is spent hunting for a tab than doing actual work. Google Chrome supports a number of tab manager extensions that make it much simpler to find what you're looking for without having to engage in a trial-and-

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Source: http://www.cnet.com
Skip Googling With Facebook’s New “Add A Link” Mobile Status Search Engine

Mobile link sharing is a clumsy rigmarole of app switching and copy & pasting. So to get more people posting links, Facebook is testing an in-app keyword search engine that lets you find websites and articles to add to your status updates. Alongside buttons to add photos or locations, some iOS users are seeing a new “Add A Link”

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Source: http://techcrunch.com
Computers that see objects with touch

After many years of research, computers still struggle with recognising objects automatically. Scientists at Oxford University, working in partnership with Microsoft Research, have developed Semantic Paint which allows users to 3D scan their environment and then interactively label objects. Researchers hope that this..

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Source: http://www.cnet.com
Saudi supercomputer enters top ten list

The Shaheen II is based at King Abdullah University of Science and Technology (Kaust) in Saudi Arabia. The Cray XC40 computer is the seventh most powerful machine in the world, said the Top 500 organisation that monitors high-performance machines. China's Tianhe-2 retained its position at the top of the supercomputer list.

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Source: http://www.bbc.com