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VN names 50 top IT enterprises

VN names 50 top IT enterprises

The Vietnam Software Association (VINASA) published the 2017 list of Viet Nam’s 50 leading information technology (IT) enterprises on Thursday, as part of a national effort to promote and encourage co-operation between local IT enterprises and potential partners.

International cable lines to be fixed next week

International cable lines to be fixed next week

Internet submarine cables linked to Viet Nam will be fixed on October 24, said the Viet Nam Posts and Telecommunication Group, one of the largest Vietnamese internet providers.

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FAQ: What is KRACK and how to secure your Wi-Fi networks

FAQ: What is KRACK and how to secure your Wi-Fi networks

SINGAPORE: On Monday, two Belgian researchers publicly disclosed their research highlighting vulnerabilities in WPA2, a security protocol used to protect Wi-Fi networks, and said that "if your device supports Wi-Fi, it is most likely affected".

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Samsung's revamped Bixby takes on Amazon Alexa

Samsung's revamped Bixby takes on Amazon Alexa

SAN FRANCISCO: Samsung on Wednesday (Oct 18) announced it is upgrading its Bixby digital assistant and making it available for a range of connected devices, setting up a clash with Amazon's Alexa and others competing for leadership in artificial intelligence.

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15 million computers in Việt Nam infected with viruses

15 million computers in Việt Nam infected with viruses

Recent statistics released by the Bkav Technology Group Viet Nam reveal that up to 15 million computers in the country were infected with viruses in the third quarter of this year.

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Deputy PM wants ICT investment

Deputy PM wants ICT investment

The digital aspect of the global economy is among the leading drivers of growth and development, and the foundation for increased industrial productivity, as well as creating opportunities for businesses, stated Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam at the 2017 Viet Nam Information and Communications Technology (ICT) Investment Forum (VIF) held on Wednesday in Ha Noi.

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HCM City has 24,000 Grab and Uber cars

HCM City has 24,000 Grab and Uber cars

The HCM City Trasport Department has revealed that by the end of September there were 25,000 under 9-seat cars working in ride share networks, with Grab and Uber, more than double traditional taxis that have just 11,000 vehicles.

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Intel working with Facebook on chips for AI

Intel working with Facebook on chips for AI

LAGUNA BEACH: Intel chief Brian Krzanich said on Tuesday (Oct 17) his company is working on a super-fast chip designed specifically for artificial intelligence.

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Telecoms, IT, retail firms top VN’s profit-making list

Telecoms, IT, retail firms top VN’s profit-making list

Telecommunications, IT and retail firms took the lead in terms of profitability last year on the list of Profit500 – the top 500 firms with the highest profits in Viet Nam.

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Riding the e-sports wave: Professional players, sponsorship and big rewards

Riding the e-sports wave: Professional players, sponsorship and big rewards

Companies and gamers alike should aim for matching values when seeking successful sponsorship opportunities, say industry experts

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Vietnamese ride-hailing app launched in Da Nang

Vietnamese ride-hailing app launched in Da Nang

The Ulatech Joint Stock Company launched a car-hailing app for smartphones called “ULA” in the central city of Da Nang on October 14.  

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US rejects French proposal on taxing tech companies

US rejects French proposal on taxing tech companies

WASHINGTON: The United States does not support a French proposal to tax the gross revenues of international tech corporations like Google and Amazon, Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said on Saturday (Oct 14).

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Science, tech research ease climate change impact

Science, tech research ease climate change impact

Deputy Minister of Science and Technology Tran Van Tung tells Vietnam News Agency about the application of science and technology to mitigate damages of climate change.

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AAG submarine cable encounters trouble again

AAG submarine cable encounters trouble again

The Asia-America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable encountered a technical trouble at 7:00 on October 12, losing signal connection with the Hong Kong (China) station, affecting Vietnam’s international internet links.

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SpaceX launches, lands recycled rocket

SpaceX launches, lands recycled rocket

MIAMI: SpaceX on Wednesday (Oct 11) launched a rocket that had already flown to space and landed it successfully on an ocean platform, as part of its ongoing effort to recycle costly rocket components.

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Bosch extends surveillance camera application beyond security

Bosch extends surveillance camera application beyond security

Until now, the level of details has been the key quality parameter for surveillance cameras, as clear images at all times was the most important feature for high security. True, security personnel must see all relevant information in great detail to react quickly and take appropriate action. However, what if a moving object leaves the camera’s field of view?

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