Sci-Tech

Minister Karki underscores need to link IT with development activities

10 Feb, Banepa (Kavre): Minister for Information and Communications Surendra Kumar Karki on Friday stressed the need for linking fast-evolving information technology with each...

Demand to use electronic voting machine made in Nepal

8 Feb, Kathmandu: Experts have suggested using the electronic voting machine for local elections, and that the EVM should be made in Nepal. Speaking at...

4G accessible in Apple phone sets

8 Feb, Kathmandu: The 4G (fourth generation internet) service of Nepal Telecom is now accessible in the phone sets of Apple company. Spokesperson of NT...

Nokia reports 766 million euro loss in 2016

2 Feb, Helsinki: Telcoms giant Nokia today said that falling network sales and costs stemming from acquisitions and its integration of Alcatel-Lucent had resulted...

Samsung says battery defects caused Note 7 fires

Seoul: Samsung Electronics Co Ltd on Monday said faulty batteries caused its flagship Galaxy Note 7 phones to catch fire and announced steps to...

Eight men own half the world’s wealth: Oxfam

(LONDON) Eight men own the same wealth as half the world's population, a level of inequality which "threatens to pull our societies apart", Oxfam...

Seagate to cut more than 2,000 China jobs: reports

15 Jan, Beijing: US hard-disk drive manufacturer Seagate Technology will lay off more than 2,000 Chinese workers as it shutters a factory in eastern...

Need to linking IT with development: Minister Karki

12 Jan, Banepa: Minister for Information and Communications, Surendra Kumar Karki, has admitted that Nepal is yet to link information technology with overall development. During...

Dacoits identified and arrested with help of CCTV camera

11 Jan, Sindhuli: A gang of dacoits from Indian state of Bihar were identified with help of CCTV camera in Sindhuli. The armed robbers had...

Human brain’s face recognition develops into adulthood: studies

7 Jan, Washington: The part of the human brain that is involved in face recognition keeps developing into adulthood, a pair of new studies...