Science & Technology
After interactive humanoids, this Lalitpur-based start-up is developing ventilators
As cases of Covid-19 rise, Paaila Technology becomes the first start-up in the country to make portable ventilators and robot nurses to assist health facilities in case of an overwhelming outbreak.
Games to play during lockdown
Being housebound does have its upsides--especially for people who love videogames.
Tap into these apps to optimise remote working
While more popular systems by Facebook and Skype might be go-to tools for many, now is the perfect time to experiment with other collaborative platforms.
The best gaming laptops money can buy
If budget isn’t an issue, here is a list of powerful laptops that you might want to consider buying.
Poco X2: A worthy addition to the Poco family
The X2 is another great phone by Poco. It’s cheaper than the F1 and adds some really neat new features, with few compromises.
What you need to know about ethical hackers in Nepal
The country’s cyber security is not the strongest. And with everything going digital--from national identity cards to driving licenses--if we are not too careful, we could invite in a lot of risks.
The future of foldable smartphones
New foldable phones are redefining the way traditional smartphones look, but how well will they fare among consumers?
Southeast Asian regional symposium on microbial ecology held
The symposium was organised with an objective to strengthen microbial ecology research network in Southeast Asia.
'Trash can' to 'cheese grater': Powerful new Mac Pro is no joke
Apple has done its best to make people forget about their 'trash can' debacle, with its latest Mac Pro.
Cameras for amateur photographers
Deciding what you will shoot with is not as easy as you think. Here is a list which might be useful.
The biggest tech flops of the decade
We celebrated many of the 2019’s successes, so let’s take a look at some of the most iconic fails of the past 10 years.
When science and art meet to create designs
Kushal Pokharel is looking to redefine art and its medium with the help of the software he has built.
A look back at 2019’s tech
Here are some of the most important consumer technological advances that have defined the past year.
Here are five fitness watches you can opt for
Fitness watches do more than just tell the time; they help you understand your body.
Learning one’s cultural roots, one level at a time
A UK-based Nepali game developer is creating fun games to educate children about Nepali culture.
Here are five indie games you need to play
If you’re looking to spend your weekends warm and cosy this winter, these games can help you pass time.
What does cloud-based gaming mean for Nepali players?
Even as internet speeds keep growing, data caps and latency will remain an issue even if Nepalis manage to get a subscription internationally.
A Nepali animator’s guide of must-have applications
Prashant Anand Gopali lists five software that he swears by.
MacOS Catalina: Back to the Professionals
Apple has finally expressed renewed interest in its Mac products, and the results are impressive.
Taking Nepali podcasts forward
Podcasts are taking off in Nepal with serious business opportunities available for budding broadcasters.