xLab, an American Brand with experience of more than two decades in the IT and Technology field has introduced its X-Book Series Laptop in Nepal. The American tech has made its way into the Nepali market through authorized partner Sagar Distribution Pvt Ltd, releasing its X-Book Series Laptop (Model: XL-156).
KATHMANDU, Feb 19: The increasing need for technological advancements has brought about many new inventions. To give continuity to technological creations, the National College of Engineering, Lalitpur organized Yatra 1.0 with the motto ‘A step toward technology’.
Like yesteryears, the 4th year students of IOE Pulchowk Campus organized LOCUS 2018, the 15th National Technological Festival, as a platform for aspiring students from different colleges in the field of Computer, Electronics and Electrical Engineering to showcase their projects.
US President Donald Trump’s plans for sharp cuts to corporate taxes will lead Israeli technology companies, a lynchpin of Israel’s economy, to consider shifting their domicile to the United States, industry and accountancy executives say.
Microsoft chief executive Satya Nadella said last week tech developers have a responsibility to prevent a dystopian ‘1984’ future as the US technology titan unveiled a fresh initiative to bring artificial intelligence into the mainstream.
Agendra Kuwar is the president of Esri India that specializes on GIS technology. Kuwar was recently in Kathmandu to participate in the company’s first user conference in the city. Republica’s Prasansha Rimal caught up with Kuwar to talk about the company and its plans.
Technology has become an integral part of our lives. People are increasingly tech savvy and dependent on technology. With a slew of gadgets being launched almost every day, it is normal for the people to have desire to own trendy gadgets
How do you keep up with technology trends? Do you rely on trusted tech websites and social media or do you choose to get insights through tech experts? Do you feel like it’s necessary to get hands-on experience before buying a gadget or is looking at the product specifications online is enough for you?
KATHMANDU, Feb 17: Gyanveer Singh, second secretary at the Embassy of India, Kathmandu; Shiva Humagain, local development officer, Sindhuli; and Ambar Deep Devkota, principal of Sindhuli Community Technical Institute (SCTI), signed a memorandum of understanding for the construction of a three-storey building with 19 rooms, computer and internet lab and a reading room with other facilities.
NEW YORK, Jan 29: Google, Apple and other tech giants expressed dismay over an executive order on immigration from President Donald Trump that bars nationals of seven Muslim-majority countries from entering the U.S.
Facebook Inc CEO Mark Zuckerberg took the witness stand in Dallas federal court on Tuesday and denied an allegation by a rival company that the virtual-reality technology of Facebook’s Oculus unit was stolen.
Forget zombie apocalypses and doomsday predictions, for sometimes the biggest calamity of all is being denied access into our virtual life. Our dependence on technology has increased to such an extent that forgetting a password or accidentally deleting a file can be categorized as real emergencies. And many of us have been there before. The feeling of dread is overwhelming and the need for action, immediate. So, The Week sought the expertise of Pradeep Kandel, technical specialist and program lead at Microsoft Innovation Center, Nepal, in order to figure out appropriate responses for various day-to-day tech emergencies.
'Why head to the store when you could simply create your outfits right at home with the touch of a button?’ asked a tech discovery website recently.
The article was featuring the idea behind London-based startup Kniterate, which has developed what they are calling “the 3D printer for knitwear.” Indeed thanks to them, the idea of printing out your clothes isn’t inconceivable anymore.