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Xiaomi’s dreams of becoming the number one smart phone brand in Vietnam

Xiaomi’s dreams of becoming the number one smart phone brand in Vietnam

Xiaomi’s leader announced the corporation’s ambition to become the number one smart phone brand in Vietnam. The target is considered out of Xiaomi’s reach in light of the dominance of big guns and the heated competition in the low-cost segment.

Asia-Pacific Getaway submarine cable damaged

Asia-Pacific Getaway submarine cable damaged

The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) Submarine cable from Vietnam to Singapore has crashed, negatively affecting internet capacity of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) and other network operators.

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Apple faces lawsuits after saying it slows down ageing iPhones

Apple faces lawsuits after saying it slows down ageing iPhones

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple defrauded iPhone users by slowing devices without warning to compensate for poor battery performance, according to eight lawsuits filed in various federal courts in the week since the company opened up about the year-old software change.

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Ha Noi business info portal launched

Ha Noi business info portal launched

The portal aims to enhance activities to support business development through international integration, especially through the application of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

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E-banking in Vietnam is still treading water

E-banking in Vietnam is still treading water

E-banking, the latest trend in the Vietnamese banking system, has not completely been able to replace conventional banking customs although the majority of baby boomers (those born in 1945-1960) and generation X (1961-1980) show insignificant interest in modern banking services.

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Where's Santa? US-Canadian military command tracking St Nick

Where's Santa? US-Canadian military command tracking St Nick

It's the question every good little girl and boy asks on Christmas Eve: When is Santa coming?

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Is Bitcoin a game for desperadoes?

Is Bitcoin a game for desperadoes?

Bitcoin, one of the most talked-about phenomena in the financial services sector, has been ceaselessly brought into the limelight due to its ambiguity regarding the face value as well as the potential legal and regulatory risks challenging Bitcoin “whales.”

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Robot growing pains: 2 US factories show tensions of going digital

Robot growing pains: 2 US factories show tensions of going digital

COLUMBUS, Ind.: When Sandy Vierling took a job at a new robot-packed factory her company built just a few miles from an older plant where she made automotive exhaust systems, she crossed into the future of manufacturing in the United States.

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Vietnamese travellers open to sharing data

Vietnamese travellers open to sharing data

Amadeus, a provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry, said its latest research found that 71 per cent of Vietnamese travellers are open to sharing their data with travel providers for a more personalised experience.

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Honeywell launches slimmest scan engine and ultra compact decoding board

Honeywell launches slimmest scan engine and ultra compact decoding board

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has released the N6600 Series Ultra-Slim Area-Imaging Engine and its miniature decoding board Mini DB, the two of which together enable small mobile devices to quickly and accurately capture data from barcodes.

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Apple admits to slowing iPhones as batteries age

Apple admits to slowing iPhones as batteries age

Apple on Thursday (Dec 21) confirmed what some conspiracy theorists suspected, that it intentionally slows performance of older iPhones as batteries weaken from age.

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New virus attacks Vietnamese facebookers

New virus attacks Vietnamese facebookers

Facebook Messenger is reported to be under attack in recent days by a new virus.

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Mobile banking voted as favourite payment method at Citi

Mobile banking voted as favourite payment method at Citi

Mobile banking surpassed other digital payment channels to become the most preferred payment platform installed and used by clients of Citi, a US-based investment banking firm, across the Asia-Pacific and especially in Vietnam.

Read more...
YouTube seals deal with top music label amid streaming moves

YouTube seals deal with top music label amid streaming moves

YouTube said on Tuesday (Dec 19) that it had sealed a licensing agreement with the world's largest music label conglomerate Universal as the video behemoth explores creating a new streaming service.

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Facebook lets people know when their pictures pop up

Facebook lets people know when their pictures pop up

Facebook on Tuesday (Dec 19) added a way for people to know when their pictures are posted anywhere on the leading social network.

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Commentary: Stop playing the blame game in a cybersecurity breach

Commentary: Stop playing the blame game in a cybersecurity breach

Companies react badly when a cybersecurity breach occurs but forward planning between business executives and IT professionals within the organisation can help address threats decisively, says RSA’s senior technical consultant.

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Xiaomi’s dreams of becoming the number one smart phone brand in Vietnam

Xiaomi’s dreams of becoming the number one smart phone brand in Vietnam

Xiaomi’s leader announced the corporation’s ambition to become the number one smart phone brand in Vietnam. The target is considered out of Xiaomi’s reach in light of the dominance of big guns and the heated competition in the low-cost segment.

Asia-Pacific Getaway submarine cable damaged

Asia-Pacific Getaway submarine cable damaged

The Asia-Pacific Getaway (APG) Submarine cable from Vietnam to Singapore has crashed, negatively affecting internet capacity of the Vietnam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) and other network operators.

Read more...
Apple faces lawsuits after saying it slows down ageing iPhones

Apple faces lawsuits after saying it slows down ageing iPhones

SAN FRANCISCO: Apple defrauded iPhone users by slowing devices without warning to compensate for poor battery performance, according to eight lawsuits filed in various federal courts in the week since the company opened up about the year-old software change.

Read more...
Ha Noi business info portal launched

Ha Noi business info portal launched

The portal aims to enhance activities to support business development through international integration, especially through the application of the Fourth Industrial Revolution.

Read more...
E-banking in Vietnam is still treading water

E-banking in Vietnam is still treading water

E-banking, the latest trend in the Vietnamese banking system, has not completely been able to replace conventional banking customs although the majority of baby boomers (those born in 1945-1960) and generation X (1961-1980) show insignificant interest in modern banking services.

Read more...
Where's Santa? US-Canadian military command tracking St Nick

Where's Santa? US-Canadian military command tracking St Nick

It's the question every good little girl and boy asks on Christmas Eve: When is Santa coming?

Read more...
Is Bitcoin a game for desperadoes?

Is Bitcoin a game for desperadoes?

Bitcoin, one of the most talked-about phenomena in the financial services sector, has been ceaselessly brought into the limelight due to its ambiguity regarding the face value as well as the potential legal and regulatory risks challenging Bitcoin “whales.”

Read more...
Robot growing pains: 2 US factories show tensions of going digital

Robot growing pains: 2 US factories show tensions of going digital

COLUMBUS, Ind.: When Sandy Vierling took a job at a new robot-packed factory her company built just a few miles from an older plant where she made automotive exhaust systems, she crossed into the future of manufacturing in the United States.

Read more...
Vietnamese travellers open to sharing data

Vietnamese travellers open to sharing data

Amadeus, a provider of advanced technology solutions for the global travel industry, said its latest research found that 71 per cent of Vietnamese travellers are open to sharing their data with travel providers for a more personalised experience.

Read more...
Honeywell launches slimmest scan engine and ultra compact decoding board

Honeywell launches slimmest scan engine and ultra compact decoding board

Honeywell (NYSE: HON) has released the N6600 Series Ultra-Slim Area-Imaging Engine and its miniature decoding board Mini DB, the two of which together enable small mobile devices to quickly and accurately capture data from barcodes.

Read more...
Apple admits to slowing iPhones as batteries age

Apple admits to slowing iPhones as batteries age

Apple on Thursday (Dec 21) confirmed what some conspiracy theorists suspected, that it intentionally slows performance of older iPhones as batteries weaken from age.

Read more...
New virus attacks Vietnamese facebookers

New virus attacks Vietnamese facebookers

Facebook Messenger is reported to be under attack in recent days by a new virus.

Read more...
Mobile banking voted as favourite payment method at Citi

Mobile banking voted as favourite payment method at Citi

Mobile banking surpassed other digital payment channels to become the most preferred payment platform installed and used by clients of Citi, a US-based investment banking firm, across the Asia-Pacific and especially in Vietnam.

Read more...
YouTube seals deal with top music label amid streaming moves

YouTube seals deal with top music label amid streaming moves

YouTube said on Tuesday (Dec 19) that it had sealed a licensing agreement with the world's largest music label conglomerate Universal as the video behemoth explores creating a new streaming service.

Read more...
Facebook lets people know when their pictures pop up

Facebook lets people know when their pictures pop up

Facebook on Tuesday (Dec 19) added a way for people to know when their pictures are posted anywhere on the leading social network.

Read more...
Commentary: Stop playing the blame game in a cybersecurity breach

Commentary: Stop playing the blame game in a cybersecurity breach

Companies react badly when a cybersecurity breach occurs but forward planning between business executives and IT professionals within the organisation can help address threats decisively, says RSA’s senior technical consultant.

Read more...
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