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Hanoi looks to become innovative city

HCMC – The Hanoi government has set a target to develop Hanoi into a smart, modern, clean, green and safe city and an innovative...

Cybersecurity product for families launched

HCMC – Smart Cyber Security, a newly-established enterprise under the auspices of the National Innovation Center (NIC), has launched an Internet safety product for...

AI technology to help reduce risk of vision loss: Monash study

HCMC – New artificial intelligence (AI) technology that detects subtle changes in the retina could prove a game-changer in helping millions of people avoid...

Digital tech product exports forecast at US$136 billion

HCMC – Vietnam’s digital technology product exports are estimated to gain US$136 billion this year, indicating the role of digital technology in the country’s...

Vietnam, South Korea join hands to boost technology investment

HCMC – The Vietnam Blockchain Association (VBA), the Korea NFT Content Association (KONCA) and NBN Media Company have cut deals to boost technological investment...

Binh Duong to host Techfest Vietnam 2022

HCMC – Techfest Vietnam 2022, a national innovation startup festival, will kick off in Binh Duong Province on December 2. The three-day event will feature...

Timo Bank joins hands with AWS to promote digitalization

HCMC – Timo, Vietnam’s leading digital bank, has cooperated with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to build and launch its cloud native core banking platform...

Thousands of businesses to be supported with digital transformation

HCMC – The Vietnam Young Entrepreneurs Association (VYEA), the Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) and FPT Corporation have cut a deal to...

Vietnam has one more digital transformation center

HCMC – ITG Technology JSC has launched a digital transformation center to support businesses with digital transformation. The ITG DX Digital Transformation Center will provide firms...

Banks find it tough to apply blockchain technology

HCMC - Incomplete legal corridors, high investment costs, time-consuming data synchronization and a lack of qualified personnel have made it hard for Vietnamese banks...

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