Kaspersky releases new antivirus version in Viet Nam
(Oct 24, 2014)
Kaspersky Lab and its Viet Nam distributor, Nam Truong So Group, have
introduced latest products to protect users of Windows, OSX and Android
devices from harmful sites and programmes on the internet.
The upcoming Asian-Oceania regional summit on information and
communication technology (ICT) is expected to jump-start the application
of ICT in the agriculture sector, organisers said yesterday.
Companies, especially exporters, using illegal computer software face
the threat of being banned from access to large international markets
like the US, experts warn.
The 3rd solid-state systems Symposium – VLSIs and Semiconductor Related
Technologies (4S-2014) and the 17th International Conference on Analog
VLSI Circuits (AVIC 2014) opened in HCM City yesterday.
During the past three decades, South Korea has made strong and efficient
policies on financing science and technology, making it one of the
leading countries in the sector. Biz Hub reporter Lan Dung spoke to Lee about what Viet Nam can learn from South Korea to boost science and technology in the country.
More than 68 per cent of the online transactions in Viet Nam are
vulnerable because of a newly detected security hole in the Secure
Socket Layer (SSL) protocol version 3.0.
Vietnamese web browser and search engine Coc Coc receives the second
largest number of average daily visitors in Viet Nam, leaving social
network Facebook behind.
Vserv, a leading mobile marketing platform across emerging markets,
yesterday in Ha Noi announced a new business evolution and accompanying
partnerships, all designed to lead the Smart Data revolution.
Users remain blocked from the websites of Vietnamese newspapers with
platforms hosted by the Vietnam Communications Corporation (VCCorp)
since October 13.
The World Bank announced on October 17 that 24 innovative clean-tech
startups graduated from Vietnam's first-ever Clean Tech Bootcamp this
The Unitel network of Star Telecom Joint Venture Company is leading the
telecom market in Laos with 2.3 million subscribers, accounting for 49
per cent of the market share.