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Despite the ban, used computers still infiltrate into Vietnam

VietNamNet Bridge – A lot of used information technology products subject to the import ban regulation have still been getting through the customs agencies and available at the domestic shops. The pavement electronics markets gathered on Le Thanh Nghi Street in Hanoi or Ton That Tung in HCM City have been flooding with used computers, though the ban on the ... Read More »

Nobel-prizewinning scientists to visit Vietnam

Over 200 leading international scientists from 30 countries, including seven Nobel laureates, will attend an international physical science conference in Vietnam’s central Binh Dinh province. The event – known as the ninth Meet Vietnam – will take place from July 28 to August 17 in Quy Nhon city. During the conference, a series of scientific seminars on physics will be ... Read More »

Google Voice Search comes to Vietnam

Following the recent release of Voice Search in Vietnamese on Android devices, Google has announced the arrival of Vietnamese Voice Search on desktop computers via the Chrome browser. When visiting on Chrome, users can click on the microphone icon to ask their question. Amy Kunrojpanya, Head of Public Affairs Communications for the Greater Mekong Sub-Region, Google Asia Pacific, said ... Read More »

Technology teaching aids enthuse English students

The use of computer-assisted language teaching, particularly on mobile devices, has enabled students to be more interactive and creative in their study of English, education experts said at a recent conference in Ho Chi Minh City. Web-based and mobile technologies in English-language teaching are helping students become more proficient in the language, said Doan Kim Khoa, a lecturer at HCM ... Read More »

ISPs find difficult to develop new subscribers on the lack of IPv4

VietNamNet Bridge – CMC Telecom and FPT Telecom have complained about the lack of IPv4 addresses to develop new subscribers, saying that the reserved addresses do not correspond to the current growth and the broadband market share. Subscriber growth rate down by 50 percent Asia Pacific became the first region in the world which officially got exhausted in IPv4 addresses ... Read More »

New foreign technologies to be displayed in HCM City

An international exhibition on plastics, rubber, packaging, printing, food technologies and automation will be held in Ho Chi Minh City from September 3 to 6, bringing a good chance for local manufacturers to select the most suitable ones for their production. VietnamPlas, VnPackPrint, VnFoodtech, VnPrintLabel Linkage Vietnam 2013 will take place at Saigon Exhibition Convention Center in District 7, with ... Read More »

Providers given right to set 3G service fees

VietNamNet Bridge – In response to requests for permission to increase the fees of 3G services, the Ministry of Information and Communications says that it will not interfere in adjusting the fees and service suppliers can set their own fees. Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Le Nam Thang said that the State respected the right of enterprises to set ... Read More »

Experts urge legal framework for nuclear power plans

The Vietnamese government needs to set up a national nuclear regulatory agency right away, to ensure the country’s nuclear project gets underway as well as keeping in line with international rules and guidance that the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) demands. This suggestion was made by international and domestic nuclear specialists from IAEA, Russia, Japan, the US, Thailand and Bulgaria ... Read More »

New DDoS attacks launched, targeting online newspapers

VietNamNet Bridge – Some Internet security experts have said they can see many signs of another DDoS attack targeting online newspapers through botnets which have not been discovered, or through the old botnets which have been updated with new control malware. Local newspapers one day ago joyfully reported that the server which commanded and controlled the hacking to online newspapers ... Read More »

C&C servers conducting DDoS attacks to online newspapers found

VietNamNet Bridge – Nguyen Minh Duc from BKAV has stated that BKAV has found the origin of the command-and-control (CC) servers which conducted the DDoS attacks to online newspapers in early July. Many online newspapers become DDoS victims Prior to that, the local press quoted the Director of an Internet security firm as saying that the firm, after analyzing the ... Read More »