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4G services: users complain about speed, accessibility

4G services: users complain about speed, accessibility

Though network operators repeatedly affirm the outstanding quality of 4G services, surveys have found that access is poor to average.

Google wins challenge against 1.1 billion-euro French tax bill

Google wins challenge against 1.1 billion-euro French tax bill

A French court ruled on Wednesday that Google was not liable to pay 1.1 billion euros (US$1.3 billion) in back taxes demanded by the French authorities.

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Mercedes cars to face more emissions tests in Germany

Mercedes cars to face more emissions tests in Germany

German officials probing carmaker Mercedes-Benz, which is owned by Daimler, have found no signs so far that the carmaker made use of illegal software to manipulate emissions, a government spokesman said on Friday.

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Good news from Vietnam’s robot industry

Good news from Vietnam’s robot industry

Though Vietnam still doesn’t have a real robot industry, several enterprises have created useful products for the market.

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Telecom sector revenue on target

Telecom sector revenue on target

The country’s telecom revenue is estimated at VND213.36 trillion (US$9.36 billion) in the first six months of the year, excluding Viettel’s business overseas, equal to 47.41 per cent of the plan for the year.

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Connected Revolution: technology trends to watch out for

Connected Revolution: technology trends to watch out for

Steve Koenig, senior director of Market Research and Library at the Consumer Technology Association, shares his views on the dynamically developing technology scene in Vietnam and the world at large.

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Windows Phone 8 fades out as Microsoft mulls mobile strategy

Windows Phone 8 fades out as Microsoft mulls mobile strategy

SAN FRANCISCO: Microsoft has ended support for its Windows 8 smartphones, as the US tech giant focuses on other segments, amid ongoing speculation about its strategy for mobile.

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Intel rolls out new chips in battle for data centre business

Intel rolls out new chips in battle for data centre business

NEW YORK: Intel Corp. on Tuesday announced a new line of microprocessors for data centres, setting up a battle with Advanced Micro Devices and others for the lucrative business of supplying the chips that power cloud computing.

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Robots debate future of humans at Hong Kong tech show

Robots debate future of humans at Hong Kong tech show

HONG KONG: It was a spooky sight: Two lifelike disembodied robot torsos discussing the pros and cons of humans in front of a nervously tittering audience in Hong Kong Wednesday (Jul 12).

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Personal computer market continues to slump

Personal computer market continues to slump

SAN FRANCISCO: Worldwide shipments of personal computers continued to slump in the recently ended quarter but showed signs of stabilizing, according to figures released on Wednesday (Jul 12) by market trackers.

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Ericsson and ARFM host first-ever 5G demonstration in Vietnam

Ericsson and ARFM host first-ever 5G demonstration in Vietnam

Ericsson (NASDAQ:ERIC) and Authority of Radio Frequency Management (ARFM) completed the first demonstration of 5G in Vietnam.

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Snapchat parent Snap slides below IPO price

Snapchat parent Snap slides below IPO price

SAN FRANCISCO: Shares of Snapchat parent Snap Inc. tumbled on Tuesday (Jul 11), slipping below the price at the time of its stock offering, after a pessimistic outlook from a Wall Street analyst on the popular messaging service.

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Microsoft puts partners at center of $4.5 trillion transformation opportunity

Microsoft puts partners at center of $4.5 trillion transformation opportunity

Yesterday Microsoft kicked off Microsoft Inspire in Washington, D.C.

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Businesses wary of ransomware attacks

Businesses wary of ransomware attacks

The recent WannaCry and ExPetr epidemics have proven to many businesses the crippling impact of having their files held to ransom by cybercriminals.

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YouTube removes 3,000 clips with bad content in Viet Nam

YouTube removes 3,000 clips with bad content in Viet Nam

Working with Vietnamese authorities, YouTube and Facebook have removed 3,000 clips and over 600 accounts deemed inappropriate or slanderous toward Vietnamese individuals and organisations.

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Ericsson modernises real-time charging for VNPT

Ericsson modernises real-time charging for VNPT

VNPT, a leading telecom operator in Vietnam, has chosen Ericsson (NASDAQ: ERIC) as a strategic partner to modernise its charging and business support systems.

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