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    নেতাজি সুভাষ মুক্ত বিশ্ববিদ্যালয় (NSOU) BDP Exam June, 2019-2020 এর পরীক্ষার জন্য এডমিট কার্ড আগামী ২৭ ই সেপ্টেম্বর দুপুর ২ টা (27.09.2020 : 2PM) থেকে www.nsoucebdp.com এবং www.wbnsou.ac.in ওয়েবসাইটে এ পাওয়া যাবে। নোটিশ এ পরিষ্কার জানিয়ে দেওয়া হয়েছে যে কোনো study centre থেকে এডমিট এর কোনো হার্ড কপি দেওয়া হবে না।

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    Hands on: Beats PowerBeats Pro review

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    In May, Uber launched a new experiment: selling train and bus tickets through its app for its customers in Denver, Colorado. Today, the company reports that it has sold over 1,200 tickets for the city’s Regional Transportation District, which operates Denver’s public transportation system.

    THE COMPANY REPORTS GROWTH AVERAGING 42 PERCENT EACH WEEK DURING THE ROLLOUT PERIOD

    Uber Transit, the company’s in-app ticketing feature, was made available to a small cohort of customers in May, and it has since become available to 100 percent of Uber users in Denver as of June 25th. The company reports growth averaging 42 percent each week during the rollout period.

    Uber may not make any money when it sells bus and subway tickets through its app, but it is seeing an uptick in business as a result. Since Uber launched its transit planning feature in January, Uber trips in Denver that start or end at a transit station have grown 11.6 percent. This helps bolster Uber’s claim that it is helping solve the first mile / last mile challenge that plagues many cities.

    Uber also said that the number of repeat ticket purchases has increased every week since ticketing launched. As of the week of June 24th, approximately 25 percent of tickets sold were purchased by users who had previously purchased tickets on the app.

    Uber’s new transit feature is powered by Masabi, a London-based tech company that builds mobile ticketing software for public transportation. This is the first incarnation of Uber and Masabi’s partnership since the two companies first struck a deal last year to integrate the latter’s mobile ticketing platform into the former’s app. Uber riders in Denver have been able to see real-time bus and rail information when they open the app since January, courtesy of transit data firm Moovit.

    For now, Uber is taking its first foray into public transportation slowly, one city at a time. So far, the company offers real-time subway and bus schedules, time and cost comparisons, and point-to-point directions for customers in London and Boston. It most likely will launch ticket purchasing in those cities later this year.

    HP 15s Core i3 10th Gen – (4 GB/1 TB HDD/Windows 10 Home) 15s-du2009tu Thin and Light Laptop (15.6 inch, Natural Silver, 1.75 kg, With MS Office)

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    Highlights

    • Stylish & Portable Thin and Light Laptop
    • 15.6 inch Full HD WLED Backlit SVA Anti-glare Display (220 nits Brightness, 45% NTSC Color Gamut)
    • Light Laptop without Optical Disk Drive

    Specifications

    General
    Sales Package
    • Laptop, Power Adaptor, User Guide, Warranty Documents
    Model Number
    • 15s-du2009tu
    Part Number
    • 3R495PA
    Series
    • 15s
    Color
    • Natural Silver
    Type
    • Thin and Light Laptop
    Suitable For
    • Processing & Multitasking
    Battery Backup
    • Upto 5 hours 15 mins
    Power Supply
    • 65 W AC Adapter
    Battery Cell
    • 3 cell
    MS Office Provided
    • Yes
    Processor And Memory Features
    Processor Brand
    • Intel
    Processor Name
    • Core i3
    Processor Generation
    • 10th Gen
    SSD
    • No
    RAM
    • 4 GB
    RAM Type
    • DDR4
    HDD Capacity
    • 1 TB
    Processor Variant
    • 1005G1
    Clock Speed
    • 1.2 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 3.4 GHz
    RAM Frequency
    • 2666 MHz
    Cache
    • 4 MB
    RPM
    • 5400
    Graphic Processor
    • Intel Integrated UHD
    Number of Cores
    • 2
    Operating System
    OS Architecture
    • 64 bit
    Operating System
    • Windows 10 Home
    System Architecture
    • 64 bit
    Port And Slot Features
    Mic In
    • Yes
    RJ45
    • Yes
    USB Port
    • 1 x SuperSpeed USB Type C (5 Gbps Signaling Rate), 2 x SuperSpeed USB Type A (5 Gbps Signaling Rate)
    HDMI Port
    • 1 x HDMI Port (v1.4b)
    Multi Card Slot
    • 3-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC)
    Hardware Interface
    • SATA
    Display And Audio Features
    Touchscreen
    • No
    Screen Size
    • 39.62 cm (15.6 inch)
    Screen Resolution
    • 1920 x 1080 Pixel
    Screen Type
    • Full HD WLED Backlit SVA Anti-glare Display (220 nits Brightness, 45% NTSC Color Gamut)
    Speakers
    • Built-in Dual Speakers
    Internal Mic
    • Integrated Dual Array Digital Microphone
    Connectivity Features
    Wireless LAN
    • IEEE 802.11 b/g/n/ac (1×1)
    Bluetooth
    • v4.2
    Ethernet
    • Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN
    Dimensions
    Dimensions
    • 358.5 x 242 x 19.9 mm
    Weight
    • 1.75 kg
    Additional Features
    Disk Drive
    • Not Available
    Web Camera
    • HP TrueVision HD Webcam
    Keyboard
    • Full-size Natural Silver Keyboard with Numeric Keypad
    Pointer Device
    • Touchpad with Multi-touch Gesture Support
    Included Software
    • Microsoft Office Home and Student 2019
    Additional Features
    • 41 WHr Li-ion Battery
    Warranty
    Warranty Summary
    • 1 Year Onsite Warranty
    Warranty Service Type
    • Onsite
    Covered in Warranty
    • Manufacturing Defects
    Not Covered in Warranty
    • Physical Damage
    Domestic Warranty
    • 1 Year
    More Details
    • Generic Name
      • Computers
    • Country of Origin
      • China

    HP 15s Core i3 10th Gen – (4 GB/1 TB HDD/Windows 10 Home/2 GB Graphics) 15s-du2060TX Thin and Light Laptop (15.6 inch, Jet Black, 1.77 kg, With MS Office) 2.25 Ratings & 1 Reviews

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    Highlights

    • Stylish & Portable Thin and Light Laptop
    • 15.6 inch Full HD WLED Backlit Anti-glare SVA Micro-edge Display (220 nits Brightness, 45% NTSC Color Gamut, 141 PPI)
    • Light Laptop without Optical Disk Drive
    • NVIDIA Geforce for Incredible Performance and Unmatched Efficiency

    Specifications

    General
    Sales Package
    • Laptop, Power Adaptor, User Guide, Warranty Documents
    Model Number
    • 15s-du2060TX
    Part Number
    • 23Z54PA#ACJ
    Series
    • 15s
    Color
    • Jet Black
    Type
    • Thin and Light Laptop
    Suitable For
    • Processing & Multitasking
    Battery Backup
    • Upto 12 hours
    Battery Cell
    • 3 cell
    MS Office Provided
    • Yes
    Processor And Memory Features
    Dedicated Graphic Memory Type
    • GDDR5
    Dedicated Graphic Memory Capacity
    • 2 GB
    Processor Brand
    • Intel
    Processor Name
    • Core i3
    Processor Generation
    • 10th Gen
    SSD
    • No
    RAM
    • 4 GB
    RAM Type
    • DDR4
    HDD Capacity
    • 1 TB
    Processor Variant
    • 1005G1
    Clock Speed
    • 1.2 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 3.4 GHz
    RAM Frequency
    • 2666 MHz
    Cache
    • 4 MB
    RPM
    • 5400
    Graphic Processor
    • NVIDIA Geforce MX130
    Number of Cores
    • 2
    Operating System
    OS Architecture
    • 64 bit
    Operating System
    • Windows 10 Home
    System Architecture
    • 64 bit
    Port And Slot Features
    Mic In
    • Yes
    RJ45
    • Yes
    USB Port
    • 1 x SuperSpeed USB Type C (5 G bps Signaling Rate), 2 x SuperSpeed USB Type A (5 Gbps Signaling Rate)
    HDMI Port
    • 1 x HDMI Port (v1.4b)
    Multi Card Slot
    • 3-in-1 Card Reader (SD, SDHC, SDXC)
    Hardware Interface
    • SATA
    Display And Audio Features
    Touchscreen
    • No
    Screen Size
    • 39.62 cm (15.6 inch)
    Screen Resolution
    • 1920 x 1080 Pixel
    Screen Type
    • Full HD WLED Backlit Anti-glare SVA Micro-edge Display (220 nits Brightness, 45% NTSC Color Gamut, 141 PPI)
    Speakers
    • Built-in Dual Speakers
    Internal Mic
    • Integrated Dual Array Digital Microphone
    Connectivity Features
    Wireless LAN
    • IEEE 802.11b/g/n/ac (1×1)
    Bluetooth
    • v4.2
    Ethernet
    • Integrated 10/100/1000 Gigabit LAN
    Dimensions
    Dimensions
    • 358 x 242 x 19.9 mm
    Weight
    • 1.77 kg
    Additional Features
    Disk Drive
    • Not Available
    Web Camera
    • HP TrueVision HD Webcam
    Keyboard
    • Full-size Island-style Jet Black Keyboard
    Pointer Device
    • Touchpad with Multi-touch Gesture Support
    Included Software
    • HP Documentation, HP BIOS Recovery, HP Smart, HP Support Assistant, Built-in Alexa Support, Microsoft Office Home and Student 2019
    Additional Features
    • 41 WHrs Li-ion Battery with Fast Charge Support, Miracast Compatible
    Warranty
    Warranty Summary
    • 1 Year Onsite Warranty
    Warranty Service Type
    • Onsite
    Covered in Warranty
    • Manufacturing Defects
    Not Covered in Warranty
    • Physical Damage
    Domestic Warranty
    • 1 Year

    The Google Nest Hub Max soups up the smart display

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    In May, Uber launched a new experiment: selling train and bus tickets through its app for its customers in Denver, Colorado. Today, the company reports that it has sold over 1,200 tickets for the city’s Regional Transportation District, which operates Denver’s public transportation system.

    THE COMPANY REPORTS GROWTH AVERAGING 42 PERCENT EACH WEEK DURING THE ROLLOUT PERIOD

    Uber Transit, the company’s in-app ticketing feature, was made available to a small cohort of customers in May, and it has since become available to 100 percent of Uber users in Denver as of June 25th. The company reports growth averaging 42 percent each week during the rollout period.

    Uber may not make any money when it sells bus and subway tickets through its app, but it is seeing an uptick in business as a result. Since Uber launched its transit planning feature in January, Uber trips in Denver that start or end at a transit station have grown 11.6 percent. This helps bolster Uber’s claim that it is helping solve the first mile / last mile challenge that plagues many cities.

    Uber also said that the number of repeat ticket purchases has increased every week since ticketing launched. As of the week of June 24th, approximately 25 percent of tickets sold were purchased by users who had previously purchased tickets on the app.

    Uber’s new transit feature is powered by Masabi, a London-based tech company that builds mobile ticketing software for public transportation. This is the first incarnation of Uber and Masabi’s partnership since the two companies first struck a deal last year to integrate the latter’s mobile ticketing platform into the former’s app. Uber riders in Denver have been able to see real-time bus and rail information when they open the app since January, courtesy of transit data firm Moovit.

    For now, Uber is taking its first foray into public transportation slowly, one city at a time. So far, the company offers real-time subway and bus schedules, time and cost comparisons, and point-to-point directions for customers in London and Boston. It most likely will launch ticket purchasing in those cities later this year.

    Foldable iPhone 2020 release date rumours & patents

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    In May, Uber launched a new experiment: selling train and bus tickets through its app for its customers in Denver, Colorado. Today, the company reports that it has sold over 1,200 tickets for the city’s Regional Transportation District, which operates Denver’s public transportation system.

    THE COMPANY REPORTS GROWTH AVERAGING 42 PERCENT EACH WEEK DURING THE ROLLOUT PERIOD

    Uber Transit, the company’s in-app ticketing feature, was made available to a small cohort of customers in May, and it has since become available to 100 percent of Uber users in Denver as of June 25th. The company reports growth averaging 42 percent each week during the rollout period.

    Uber may not make any money when it sells bus and subway tickets through its app, but it is seeing an uptick in business as a result. Since Uber launched its transit planning feature in January, Uber trips in Denver that start or end at a transit station have grown 11.6 percent. This helps bolster Uber’s claim that it is helping solve the first mile / last mile challenge that plagues many cities.

    Uber also said that the number of repeat ticket purchases has increased every week since ticketing launched. As of the week of June 24th, approximately 25 percent of tickets sold were purchased by users who had previously purchased tickets on the app.

    Uber’s new transit feature is powered by Masabi, a London-based tech company that builds mobile ticketing software for public transportation. This is the first incarnation of Uber and Masabi’s partnership since the two companies first struck a deal last year to integrate the latter’s mobile ticketing platform into the former’s app. Uber riders in Denver have been able to see real-time bus and rail information when they open the app since January, courtesy of transit data firm Moovit.

    For now, Uber is taking its first foray into public transportation slowly, one city at a time. So far, the company offers real-time subway and bus schedules, time and cost comparisons, and point-to-point directions for customers in London and Boston. It most likely will launch ticket purchasing in those cities later this year.

    Here’s exactly what you need to do to launch a mobile app

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    In May, Uber launched a new experiment: selling train and bus tickets through its app for its customers in Denver, Colorado. Today, the company reports that it has sold over 1,200 tickets for the city’s Regional Transportation District, which operates Denver’s public transportation system.

    THE COMPANY REPORTS GROWTH AVERAGING 42 PERCENT EACH WEEK DURING THE ROLLOUT PERIOD

    Uber Transit, the company’s in-app ticketing feature, was made available to a small cohort of customers in May, and it has since become available to 100 percent of Uber users in Denver as of June 25th. The company reports growth averaging 42 percent each week during the rollout period.

    Uber may not make any money when it sells bus and subway tickets through its app, but it is seeing an uptick in business as a result. Since Uber launched its transit planning feature in January, Uber trips in Denver that start or end at a transit station have grown 11.6 percent. This helps bolster Uber’s claim that it is helping solve the first mile / last mile challenge that plagues many cities.

    Uber also said that the number of repeat ticket purchases has increased every week since ticketing launched. As of the week of June 24th, approximately 25 percent of tickets sold were purchased by users who had previously purchased tickets on the app.

    Uber’s new transit feature is powered by Masabi, a London-based tech company that builds mobile ticketing software for public transportation. This is the first incarnation of Uber and Masabi’s partnership since the two companies first struck a deal last year to integrate the latter’s mobile ticketing platform into the former’s app. Uber riders in Denver have been able to see real-time bus and rail information when they open the app since January, courtesy of transit data firm Moovit.

    For now, Uber is taking its first foray into public transportation slowly, one city at a time. So far, the company offers real-time subway and bus schedules, time and cost comparisons, and point-to-point directions for customers in London and Boston. It most likely will launch ticket purchasing in those cities later this year.

    Google Pixel 3a is easier to repair than Pixel 3, according to teardown

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    In May, Uber launched a new experiment: selling train and bus tickets through its app for its customers in Denver, Colorado. Today, the company reports that it has sold over 1,200 tickets for the city’s Regional Transportation District, which operates Denver’s public transportation system.

    THE COMPANY REPORTS GROWTH AVERAGING 42 PERCENT EACH WEEK DURING THE ROLLOUT PERIOD

    Uber Transit, the company’s in-app ticketing feature, was made available to a small cohort of customers in May, and it has since become available to 100 percent of Uber users in Denver as of June 25th. The company reports growth averaging 42 percent each week during the rollout period.

    Uber may not make any money when it sells bus and subway tickets through its app, but it is seeing an uptick in business as a result. Since Uber launched its transit planning feature in January, Uber trips in Denver that start or end at a transit station have grown 11.6 percent. This helps bolster Uber’s claim that it is helping solve the first mile / last mile challenge that plagues many cities.

    Uber also said that the number of repeat ticket purchases has increased every week since ticketing launched. As of the week of June 24th, approximately 25 percent of tickets sold were purchased by users who had previously purchased tickets on the app.

    Uber’s new transit feature is powered by Masabi, a London-based tech company that builds mobile ticketing software for public transportation. This is the first incarnation of Uber and Masabi’s partnership since the two companies first struck a deal last year to integrate the latter’s mobile ticketing platform into the former’s app. Uber riders in Denver have been able to see real-time bus and rail information when they open the app since January, courtesy of transit data firm Moovit.

    For now, Uber is taking its first foray into public transportation slowly, one city at a time. So far, the company offers real-time subway and bus schedules, time and cost comparisons, and point-to-point directions for customers in London and Boston. It most likely will launch ticket purchasing in those cities later this year.

    Lenovo Ideapad S145 Ryzen 3 Dual Core 3200U – (4 GB/1 TB HDD/Windows 10 Home) S145-15API Laptop (15.6 inch, Platinum Grey, 1.85 kg)

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    Highlights

    • Pre-installed Genuine Windows 10 OS
    • Light Laptop without Optical Disk Drive
    • 15.6 inch Full HD LED Backlit Anti-glare TN Display (220 nits Brightness, 16:9 Aspect Ratio)

    Specifications

    General
    Sales Package
    • Laptop, Power Adaptor, User Guide, Warranty Documents
    Model Number
    • S145-15API
    Part Number
    • 81UT00KWIN
    Series
    • Ideapad S145
    Color
    • Platinum Grey
    Type
    • Laptop
    Suitable For
    • Processing & Multitasking
    Battery Backup
    • Upto 4.5 hours
    Power Supply
    • 65 W AC Adapter
    Battery Cell
    • 2 cell
    MS Office Provided
    • No
    Processor And Memory Features
    Processor Brand
    • AMD
    Processor Name
    • Ryzen 3 Dual Core
    SSD
    • No
    RAM
    • 4 GB
    RAM Type
    • DDR4
    HDD Capacity
    • 1 TB
    Processor Variant
    • 3200U
    Clock Speed
    • 2.6 GHz with Turbo Boost Upto 3.5 GHz
    Expandable Memory
    • Upto 12 GB
    RAM Frequency
    • 2400 MHz
    Cache
    • 5 MB
    RPM
    • 5400
    Graphic Processor
    • AMD Radeon Vega 3
    Number of Cores
    • 2
    Operating System
    OS Architecture
    • 64 bit
    Operating System
    • Windows 10 Home
    System Architecture
    • 64 bit
    Port And Slot Features
    Mic In
    • Yes
    USB Port
    • 1 x USB 2.0, 2 x USB 3.1 (1st Gen)
    HDMI Port
    • 1 x HDMI Port (v1.4b)
    Multi Card Slot
    • 4-in-1 Media Reader (MMC, SD, SDHC, SDXC)
    Hardware Interface
    • SATA
    Display And Audio Features
    Touchscreen
    • No
    Screen Size
    • 39.62 cm (15.6 inch)
    Screen Resolution
    • 1920 x 1080 Pixel
    Screen Type
    • Full HD LED Backlit Anti-glare TN Display (220 nits Brightness, 16:9 Aspect Ratio)
    Speakers
    • Built-in Dual Speakers
    Internal Mic
    • Integrated Monaural Microphone
    Sound Properties
    • 2 x 1.5 W Stereo Speakers with Dolby Audio
    Connectivity Features
    Wireless LAN
    • WIFI 1×1 AC
    Bluetooth
    • v4.2
    Dimensions
    Dimensions
    • 362.2 x 251.5 x 19.9 mm
    Weight
    • 1.85 kg
    Additional Features
    Disk Drive
    • Not Available
    Web Camera
    • 0.3 Megapixel Webcam (Fixed Focus)
    Security Chip
    • TPM 2.0
    Keyboard
    • Non Backlit English Keyboard
    Pointer Device
    • Multi-touch Touchpad
    Additional Features
    • 35 WHr Li-ion Battery
    Warranty
    Warranty Summary
    • 1 Year Onsite Warranty
    Warranty Service Type
    • Onsite
    Covered in Warranty
    • Manufacturing Defects
    Not Covered in Warranty
    • Physical Damage
    Domestic Warranty
    • 1 Year