Director of the Vietnam Institute of Economics Tran Dinh Thien has called for taking new approach to energy strategy, with saving energy in production and consumption as compulsory.
Alphabet Inc’s Google on Monday launched a spinoff of its Android operating system for home appliances and other machines, following mixed results with Android offshoots for cars, smartwatches and televisions.
A seminar discussing the application of nanotechnology in treating aquaculture waste took place in the Mekong Delta province of Ben Tre on May 7.
The construction of an ice-resistant research platform North Pole designed to study the Arctic Ocean will begin in St. Petersburg in 2019, Russian Minister of Natural Resources and the Environment Sergei Donskoy told Sputnik.
Even though our planet’s magnetic field might be shaky, it has recovered from similar states before, scientists say.
Viettel Group’s revenue from its overseas investment in 2017 surged by 38 per cent from the previous year to reach VND38 trillion (US$1.7 billion).
Nasa’s first lander to Mars since 2012 is set to launch on Saturday morning from Vandenberg air force base in California. The InSight spacecraft aims to listen for quakes and unravel the mystery of how rocky planets such as Earth form. If all goes as planned it should land on Mars on 26 November.
A number of amendments have been presented by Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg during the F8 presentation, including a simplified messenger, Instagram update, and new dating service.
It’s widely accepted that using somebody else’s computing power to mine cryptocurrencies is dubious, but UNICEF Australia appears to be doing so with good intentions.
Google is updating its YouTube Kids app to improve the control over the videos and channels that can be watched by children.
Germany’s experience in implementing the 4th Industrial Revolution was shared with Vietnam during a workshop held by the Vietnamese Embassy in German on April 23.
Russian President Vladimir Putin has signed a bill allowing court constables to block slanderous and libelous information on the Internet.
As the space race heats up, the first contracts for the manufacture of key components for humanity’s Gateway orbital lunar base will be awarded in 2019, according to NASA.
The Vietnam Software and IT Services Association (VINASA) presented the Sao Khue Awards to 73 information and technology (IT) solutions and services, and software products in a ceremony in Hanoi on April 21.
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Google’s Chrome browser now blocks auto-playing video with sound, taking a big step forward in removing one of the most irritating things about the modern web.
A flesh-eating disease known as the Buruli ulcer, which is usually found in West and Central Africa, has been increasing at an alarming rate in Australia over the past two years, especially in the state of Victoria.
Scientists from Britain's University of Portsmouth and the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) mistakenly produced the enzyme while studying a natural enzyme discovered a few years ago in a Japanese waste recycling center.
The Ministry of Information and Telecommunications, in collaboration with the BKAV Technology Group, will organise WhiteHat Drill 05, a network safety rehearsal, on May 9 to tackle the coin-miner virus.
Facebook increased its spending on security for Mark Zuckerberg by 50% last year, the company has disclosed, paying more than $7.3m (£5.1m) to protect its top executive.