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Destruction after disruption: cyber security becoming top priority

Destruction after disruption: cyber security becoming top priority

The WannaCry ransomware shook the media last month by infecting, encrypting, and ransoming the data of roughly 200,000 victims in 150 countries, in a cyber attack of unprecedented measures, according to EU police body Europol. With the reappearance of the threat at a Honda manufacturing facility in Japan and the emergence of the GoldenEye virus in Ukraine, companies and organisations need to take a long hard look at their cyber defences.

Ransomware, the weapon wielded in cyber attacks

Ransomware, the weapon wielded in cyber attacks

PARIS: A software that demands a ransom was the weapon of choice used in a wave of unprecedented global cyber attacks Friday that affected 130,000 systems in more than 100 countries.

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Growing global cyberattack hits 200,000 victims so far

Growing global cyberattack hits 200,000 victims so far

The unprecedented global ransomware cyberattack has hit more than 200,000 victims in more than 150 countries, Europol executive director Rob Wainwright said Sunday.

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International fair promotes sustainable productivity as way forward

International fair promotes sustainable productivity as way forward

More than 170 companies from Germany, Japan, Korea, Thailand, and Vietnam have showcased their latest environmental technology solutions at the 11th Eco-Products International Fair (EPIF 2017) in an effort to promote sustainable productivity.

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Microsoft announces new tools and services to help developers build more intelligent apps

Microsoft announces new tools and services to help developers build more intelligent apps

US tech giant Microsoft has just welcomed thousands of developers to the company’s annual developer conference, Seattle for Build 2017.

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Microsoft making mobile connection with Windows update

Microsoft making mobile connection with Windows update

SEATTLE: Microsoft on Thursday (May 11) unveiled a forthcoming Windows update aimed at keeping its desktop and laptop computers at the heart of lifestyles increasing reliant on smartphones.

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Microsoft aims to make artificial intelligence mainstream

Microsoft aims to make artificial intelligence mainstream

SEATTLE: Microsoft on Wednesday (May 10) unveiled new tools intended to democratise artificial intelligence by enabling machine smarts to be built into software from smartphone games to factory floors.

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APEC members work to boost partnership on science, technology

APEC members work to boost partnership on science, technology

Representatives from Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) member economies gathered in Hanoi on May 11 for the 10th APEC Policy Partnership on Science, Technology and Innovation (PPSTI-10) Meeting.

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SMEs turn to each other in mobile environment

SMEs turn to each other in mobile environment

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) worldwide, including Viet Nam, are turning to each other to learn and share ideas in a mobile economy.

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Samsung: half of S8, S8 Plus smartphones made in Vietnam

Samsung: half of S8, S8 Plus smartphones made in Vietnam

A representative from Samsung Vietnam said its factories in Vietnam provide 50 percent of all the Galaxy S8/S8 Plus smartphones sold internationally.

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VN's games revenue expected at $1 billion by 2027

VN's games revenue expected at $1 billion by 2027

Vietnam’s games industry is expected to see revenue of $1 billion by 2027, Mr. Le Hong Minh, CEO of VNG, told the Vietnam Games Summit on May 5, citing the burgeoning interest in games among young Vietnamese.

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Vietnamese students compete in self-driving car contest

Vietnamese students compete in self-driving car contest

Eight groups of students from eight universities nationwide will gather for the final battle of the Digital Race, an annual technology contest organised by FPT, taking place this Wednesday at Cau Giay Stadium in Ha Noi.

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'Smart' denim promises touchscreen tech clothes

'Smart' denim promises touchscreen tech clothes

PARIS: A young man in a white t-shirt pulls on a dark blue denim trucker jacket, tucks his smartphone in an inside pocket and puts in-ear headphones in his right ear.

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HCM City to organise ICT fair

HCM City to organise ICT fair

The first Electronics – Information Communications Technology Fair & Exhibition 2017 will be organised by HCM City next week.

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IPv6 role highlighted in IoT development

IPv6 role highlighted in IoT development

The implementation of Internet Protocol version 6 (IPv6) was important for the country to develop the Internet of Things (IoT) and its abilities of device connectivity and security support, noted Phan Tam, Deputy Minister of Information and Communications at a workshop celebrating Viet Nam IPv6 Day 2017 in Ha Noi yesterday.

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Millions of USD lost every month from unlicensed OTT apps

Millions of USD lost every month from unlicensed OTT apps

About 50,000 people use unlicensed OTT apps on Android box a month, according to some estimates. Collecting fees through scratch cards, the unlicensed apps may earn billions of dong of illicit profits.

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