Smartphones, which are helping to connect retailers and consumers, play a very important role in the future development of the retail industry.
The Ministry of Education and Training (MOET) has not approved the use of electronic school reports even though many of them are being marketed in the “smart education era”.
Total turnover of Vietnam's internet economy's is scheduled to soar to VND100 trillion by 2018 from the VND20.
More and more Chinese mobile devices have been discovered in Vietnam that may have spyware.
Intel Products Vietnam, an affiliate of the US-based Intel Corporation, on July 29 launched its first central processing unit (CPU) product named Haswell manufactured at its factory in the Saigon Hi-tech Park.
Social networking service Twitter reported a loss of $145m (£86m) during the second-quarter period from March to June.
Intel Products Vietnam on July 29 launched its first CPU Haswell manufactured at HCM City-based assembly and testing plant.
Many Vietnamese are concerned that Chinese mobile phone models have spyware which sends users' personal information to servers in China without giving any warning in advance.
More than 70 percent of games are developed specifically for smartphones, while thousands of new games are downloaded every day.
Many people have become more vigilant about their mobile devices sourced from China after hearing that the devices may contain spyware.