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Emoji on Twitter as well as on Facebook

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Emoji on Twitter as well as on Facebook Currently, in Twitter tweets, you only see the option to like and retweet. But, now there is an option to react differently like in Facebook. It is said that Twitter is currently working for that. According to researcher Jane Manchu Wang, Twitter is currently preparing to provide 'Like', 'Cheers', 'Um', 'Sad', and 'Haha' reactions. Which are completely like emojis. However, Twitter has not yet decided on the 'cheers' and 'sad' emojis. According to a screenshot made public by Wang, Twitter will provide various reactions in chronological order. The tweet can be reacted according to what you think. It is said that there is also information about the reaction. Simply understand shared and dedicated internet The internet is said to be 20 Mbps, but not all the time. This is a problem we all face. After all, what is the reason for this? Today we are examining what is dedicated and shared internet a

This is how Amazon secretly controls the Internet

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This is how Amazon secretly controls the Internet Did you know that Amazon controls the daily traffic to the World Wide Web? The Netflix you watch, the BBC you read, the Disney Zoom app you use all depends on the technical infrastructure under the direct control of the world's richest man Jeff Bezos. Today we are going to tell you about it in detail. It all started in 2002 when Amazon Web Services (AWS) was first created as a department within Amazon. It was started under the leadership of Jeff Bezos in a small building with very little internal technical infrastructure. Jeff Bezos was known to the world only as a general online book retailer. But the following year, in 2003, two AWS engineers, Chris Pinkham and Benjamin Black, suggested that the Slick New Server service not only help their company grow stronger and faster but also sell it to other third-party companies. It opened up additional revenue for Amazon and generated revenue of $11.6 billion in the third quarter of 2020.

What is quantum internet and how is data transferred from it?

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What is quantum internet and how is data transferred from it? Quantum Internet begins where the capacity of our normal computer or Internet is limited. For example, today's computers have a processor based on seven-nanometer lithography. After a while, it decreases to five, three to two. Then it is difficult to reduce the size. Because the size of the transistor inside the processor is about the size of an atom. Then our internet is transferred to the quantum world. Where our normal physics don't work. Quantum computers are born to meet the limitations of ordinary computers. It has high cybersecurity. Because it is transferred to the superposition. With the advent of a quantum internet, you don't have to use encryption like you do now. The speed of quantum internet is much faster than the normal internet we use. According to scientists, its data transfer rate is one GB per second. Quantum Internet was discovered by Chinese scientists. When two places with a distance of 40 k

The reality of Bernie Sanders' viral picture

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The reality of Bernie Sanders' viral picture Biden was sworn in as the 46th president of the United States on Wednesday. Independent Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont was also present at the ceremony. Sanders, wearing a face mask and gloves, was photographed by senior American photographer Brendan Smyaloski at the ceremony. The image has now gone viral, drawing the attention of Americans. This seemingly normal picture is creating a kind of wave in the world of the internet. Photographer Brendan didn't even bother to create creative mimes around the world. Brendan, who works for the global news agency AFP, is a photojournalist for the Political Bureau. Sanders' posture in the photo of Brendan makes him look happy during the event. "It's not a great picture, it's a beautiful moment," he said. Rob Lidon, a journalist at Square Media, says the picture is no more than an important document in American political history. Brendan captured the image on his camera

Here are 6 tricks of Google search that many may not know.

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Here are 6 tricks of Google search that many may not know.  With increasing access to and use of the Internet, we are now using Google search to find anything. Many of Google's 'hidden tricks' are not known to most users by a simple search. Today we are going to tell you about 6 such tricks of Google, you may not even know those tricks. These tricks will definitely make your Google search easier and more useful. 1. Each link in a new tab If you are searching for something on Google, not just one, you are clicking on different links. In this case, you go to each link and right-click on the Open in New tab. This process is very long and tedious. When you open each link, you have to right-click and open it in a new tab. There is a trick to make this work easier, which opens a new tab with just a click of a link. To do this, open Google.com in the browser and click on Settings in the bottom right corner. Now click on the search settings in it and tick in the open it selected re

Fixed wireless or cable internet, which is right for you?

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Fixed wireless or cable internet, which is right for you? As far as the village is concerned, a lot has changed a decade ago and now. There was no internet in many places. There were several cybercafes. Such cyber cafes had left a different impression on the youth. But for most people, the Internet was a dream come true. But within a decade, the Internet has become commonplace. Older parents have started calling, chatting, and watching videos on YouTube. Children are studying in online classrooms. Let's not talk about youth. Therefore, the need for the internet has become mandatory for the villagers as well. But what kind of internet service would be right for you or what option do you have? It is also important to know about these. We now have three options for Internet technology. One is fixed wireless, the other is cable and the third is optical fiber technology. As optical fiber technology is the latest technology, it is not available in all regions. This technology that provid

What's the secret to Google's 'I'm Feeling Lucky' feature?

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What's the secret to Google's 'I'm Feeling Lucky' feature? If you've used Google search, you've probably seen the words 'I'm feeling lucky'. It appears on the home page of Google search. Below the Google search box are two options. In which the first Google search is done and the next I am feeling lucky. After all, what is the whole story of I'm Falling Lucky? When did it start and what is it used for? Does this feature hurt Google? Today we are trying to answer all these questions. Some may even be aware of this feature in advance. If you don't know, stay tuned. You can reap the benefits of choosing the 'IM Feeling Lucky' option. As soon as you type any keyword in the search box and select 'I'm Feeling Lucky', then Google will immediately take you directly to the first search result website related to that keyword. This means you won't see any ads or other search results. For example, if you type ranjitstha in a G

This has been the case in Nepal for the last 5 years

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This has been the case in Nepal for the last 5 years Today our daily is connected to the internet. Everything is becoming dependent on the internet. Businesses are becoming more internet-based. Shopping has started online. A Castleless business is gaining priority. In such a situation, it has become impossible to think of a diary without the internet. Moreover, in the current situation created by Kovid-19, the need for it is increasing. In the current situation of maintaining social distance, there is an obligation to do office work from home. After Kovid, some offices rely on the Internet. In such a situation, it is natural for the use of the internet to increase. As a result, the use of the Internet in the global environment is increasing daily. If we look at the statistics of the last five years, the number of internet users in Nepal has also increased significantly. According to the recent annual report of the Telecommunication Authority of Nepal for the Fiscal Year (FY) 2076/07, t

Nepal's mobile data speed has declined, while fixed broadband has improved by 2 places.

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Nepal's mobile data speed has declined, while fixed broadband has improved by 2 places. Nepal's mobile internet speed has dropped by 6 places. In the Oklahoma Speed ​​Test Global Index, Nepal has slipped six places from 111th to 117th in September. According to the index, the average download speed of mobile data in Nepal is 17.12 Mbps, upload speed is 10.61 and latency is 34 milliseconds. The average download speed of the world's mobile internet is 35.96 Mbps, upload speed is 11.22 Mbps and latency is 40 milliseconds. In this regard, Nepal is in a satisfactory position in terms of upload speed and latency compared to download speed. Last August, Nepal was ranked 111th in terms of mobile data speed. Neighboring countries Sri Lanka, Pakistan, and India are ranked 102nd, 116th, and 131st respectively in Okla's list. China ranks second in the world in mobile data speeds. China's average download speed is 113.35 Mbps, upload speed is 26.08 Mbps and latency is 32 millise

Can an Internet Service Provider View Your Online History?

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Can an Internet Service Provider View Your Online History?  With the increasing use of the internet in recent times, online privacy is becoming just as important. All you do now is connect to the Internet. Is this the reason why someone is monitoring our sensitive information from the internet we are using? Many ask such questions. Similarly, Internet service providers tend to be curious about whether users are browsing their browsing history. We are teaching information about it and ways to avoid it. Even more important is the question of whether an Internet service provider can view your online history. Of course, if you are not safe, an Internet service provider may review your online history. Internet service providers can see what you've searched for and what you've downloaded at any time. However, such issues are also determined by the law of the land. The most important role is where you live and what the laws of that country provide. Even in Nepal, legal service provide

Facebook's Express WiFi service in Nepal in collaboration with WorldLink

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Facebook's Express WiFi service in Nepal in collaboration with WorldLink Facebook has launched Express WiFi service in Nepal. The service was launched in collaboration with WorldLink and Facebook.  Express WiFi facility will be provided in 7,500 places in Nepal. At a virtual press conference held on Thursday, WorldLink announced that it has collaborated with Facebook. Facebook's Express WiFi project has already entered Nepal. The main objective of which is to provide cheap and high-speed internet facility to the general public. In this project, which started in 2015, Facebook has now entered into a collaboration with an internet service provider in Nepal. Facebook has launched the Express Wi-Fi service intending to help economic development by increasing internet access in developing and low-income countries. These include seven countries in Africa, India, and Nepal in Asia, two in Southeast Asia, and two in South America. Under this service, cheap, reliable, and high-speed pub

Internet in Nepal

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Internet in Nepal Do you know where the internet used in Nepal comes from? If not here's a new product just for you! All home-based internet service providers are connected to Kathmandu. There are various border connections in the border area of ​​Nepal, from where international bandwidth enters Nepal. A service provider that brings in bandwidth in this way is called a network service provider. For which a separate license has to be obtained from the regulatory Nepal Telecommunication Authority. So far, 16 companies have obtained such licenses. Most of the major service providers in Nepal bring their own internet bandwidth as network service providers. Larger companies as network service providers themselves and smaller service providers purchase such bandwidth from the same large service providers and pass it on to users. Bandwidth enters Nepal through a mobile network, FTTH, cable, and ADSL, wireless technology. Network service providers are also bringing bandwidth to Nepal throu

What is Bandwidth on the Internet?

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What is Bandwidth on the Internet? If you use the internet, you may have heard the word bandwidth many times. But many may not know what it means. Today we will explain to you in detail about bandwidth. Bandwidth is actually the ability of a wired or wireless network communication to transmit maximum data from one point to another computer network or internet connection in a matter of seconds. The capacity of the data transfer rate is bandwidth. Bandwidth is often misunderstood as network speed, but this is a misconception. The more bandwidth a data connection has, the more data transactions it has. It can be compared to a water pipe. The bigger the pipe, the more water can pass through it in a short time. Bandwidth works on a general principle. The greater the capacity of the communication link, the more data can flow per second. In the end, consumers have to pay for their network connection capacity. The higher the link capacity, the more expensive it is. Bandwidth versus speed Bandw

use Google Maps GPS navigation without the Internet

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Here's how to use Google Maps GPS navigation without the Internet Nowadays, Google Maps has become a very useful app. The number of people using it for location is increasing. Google Maps lets you share a location with others. If you want to reach a new place, the navigation tool of Google Maps can be your guide. But sometimes the user may be surprised to share the location and find a location. Google Maps can be difficult to use if your phone does not have Internet access. As you may not know, Google Maps can be used even when there is no internet. If you are going to a place where there is no phone network. The Internet may not work. In this case, it may be very difficult for you to reach the relevant place. Before you go to such a place, download Google Map on your smartphone. With the help of an offline GPS system, you can easily reach even where there is no internet and phone network. For example, you are going to Achham's Mangalsen from Kathmandu. If you guess there is no

This time the 'intelligent' machines will decide for themselves, are we ready?

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This time the 'intelligent' machines will decide for themselves, are we ready? The instrument will communicate with the instrument itself, what is our future? The members of the World Economic Forum were somewhat surprised by the results of the survey. India is now number one! The subject of the survey was, what is the number of people addicted to the Internet as a percentage of a country. The survey was conducted online by Ipsos, a Paris-based global market research firm, at the end of 2016, among 17,160 adults in the 23 countries with the most Internet users. As it turns out, India is in one. In this country, 72% of Internet users are severely addicted to the Internet. They said they can't live without using the internet. In second place is Britain and South Africa. In both countries, 8 percent of Internet users live without a web. Chin four. 6 percent. America is at number eight on the list. 63 percent. Germany and Brazil have the same ranking. At the very end of the lis

Facebook has great success in planning to make the Internet accessible to all over the world

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Facebook has great success in planning to make the Internet accessible to all over the world Social networking giant Facebook has succeeded in creating the world's most detailed demographic map by using artificial intelligence (AI) technology and resources to mark the entire earth. Social networking giant Facebook has managed to create the world's most detailed demographic map by using artificial intelligence (AI-Artificial Intelligence) technology and resources to mark the entire earth, allowing cheap internet to be broadcast even in remote areas. Will be able to For this, Facebook's AI team calculated 14.6 billion photographs of 216 million sq km area of ​​20 countries including India, and prepared the world's first detailed map of the human settlement of these countries. Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg said in his latest post, "This is an impressive project by our team to provide Internet connectivity on Earth via solar-powered aircraft. Our AI team has accurately

world record on internet speed

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New world record on internet speed, all Netflix videos can be downloaded in 1 second! Fast internet till now, do you know what is the speed of the fastest internet in the world? If not, leave. Today we are giving you the news of an amazing and surprising discovery. Researchers at University College London (UCL) have set a new world record for the world's fastest internet at 178 terabytes per second (TBPS). You just have to be more discriminating with the help you render toward other people. 178 Tbps speed in simple language to understand the speed of one lakh 78 thousand Gbps. That is, if an HD movie is one GB, you can download one lakh 78 thousand such movies in one second. The project, led by researchers at University College London, was led by Dr. Lydia Galdino. Earlier, Australia had the record for the fastest internet speed. At that time, the fastest internet speed in the world was 44.2 Tbps. This means that the new internet speed is four times faster than the previous fastest

What these 7 tech celebrities say about the future of robots

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Alibaba founder Jack Ma made a big prediction about the Internet Jack Ma, the founder of Chinese giant Alibaba, has warned the whole world with the power of the Internet that in the coming 30 years, the Internet is going to wreak havoc. The world should be ready for this. Jack Ma said at an entrepreneurship conference held in Zhangzhou, "We have to be more prepared to bear the grief than we are happy in the world of internet because in three decades the internet is going to wreak havoc in the world economy." ' He cited decreasing jobs due to robots for this. He further said that we have to learn to work with robots, only then we can reduce the loss in the Internet-based economy in the coming time. He said that Artificial Intelligence (AI) will replace the CEO of large companies. It is also possible that a robot has a photo as the Best CEO on the cover of Time magazine. Ma said that they are very serious about it. What these 7 tech celebrities say about the future of robot

highest speed internet ever

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 Scientists have created the highest speed internet ever How long does it take you to download a high resolution movie from the Internet? It may be funny to hear that a thousand movies can be downloaded in just one second. But it is real. In the future, the average Internet user will be able to interview this very high speed Internet. Scientists in Australia have developed the world's fastest Internet. The measurement of the speed of the internet that they have achieved is not megabits per second but terabits per second. The speed of the internet is so fast that more than 42,000 gigabytes of data can be downloaded in just 1 minute. The internet has set a world record as the fastest internet in the world with a speed of 44.2 terabits per second. To understand the speed of the internet invented by Australian scientists, you can compare it with the data speed available on your phone or computer. 1 megabyte contains 1 million units of digital information and the maximum speed of the be