The People’s Committee of HCMC has assigned District 9 to set up a land withdrawal plan which will be submit to the Prime Minister for approval to develop a science and technology park project.
More details have been revealed about the highly anticipated iPhone 8 by software leaks from Apple, including the device’s ability to mute notifications when it detects you are looking at it.
PSNews - SICPA can also provide more than 30 levels of security and label identification by using its specialized printing ink, so that manufacturers, authorities and consumers will be able to check information via smartphones.
Vietnam is a leading information technology (IT) services destination in Asia, heard a press conference in Ho Chi Minh City on August 8 on the upcoming IT service export conference 2017.
The Chinese People's Liberation Army Rocket Force has brought own S-300 Favorit air defense systems bought from Russia to participate in the Keys to the Sky contest within the International Army Games in 2017, the chief of the Chinese delegation to the contest said Saturday.
Foreign investors are planning to make electric cars in Vietnam, but the infrastructure for electric car development is poor, with no charge stations.
German carmaker Daimler is to co-fund an autonomous electric flying taxi project launched by aviation start-up Volocopter. Investors have already pumped €25 million ($30 million) into the enterprise.
PSNews - Almost 400 scientists and experts in atomic energy application from Vietnam and worldwide attended the 12th National Conference on Nuclear Science and Technology, held on August 2 in Nha Trang city (Khanh Hoa province).
The space agency is excited for the asteroid to fly past in October because it will give it the chance to try out what could be the most important systems in the world, should one ever fly towards the Earth.
PSNews - Telemor, Viettel's subsidiary in Timor Leste, on July 30 has become the first mobile service provider to operate a 4G network in the country. Timor Leste is the 7th market Viettel officially runs 4G.
The Ministry of Information and Communication (MIC) estimates that Vietnam would need 600,000 workers in the IT industry by 2020, but training establishments can provide only 400,000.
A future Russian sixth-generation air superiority fighter jet, currently in early development, will have laser point defense to burn down the guidance systems of incoming homing missiles, a defense contractor involved in the project said.
A team of researchers from the US Navy have developed a 3D-printed submersible in less than four weeks. The 3D submersible has proved a cost-effective resource which could be replicated by other militaries across the globe.
Two-in-three managed services providers suffer from a shortage of qualified cybersecurity staff, according to a report by Russian computer security specialists Kaspersky Lab.
Artificial intelligence could soon reset the murky world of cybercrime – and the news is both good and bad. “We have AI, but so do the bad guys,” says Ann Johnson, Microsoft’s Vice President, Enterprise & Cybersecurity.
Dutch Professor Gerardus’t Hooft, who won the 1999 Nobel Prize in physics, attended a meeting with students and science enthusiasts in Vietnam’s central city of Quy Nhon on July 25 as part of the annual Rencontres du Vietnam programme.
A Vietnamese high school senior has developed an augmented reality app that helps students with chemistry after she failed to gain entrance to a national chemistry competition.
In a bid to solve the international famine problem, scientists in Finland have managed to produce protein using unorthodox methods. The first batch of protein produced using electricity and carbon dioxide is expected to become a forerunner for future hunger relief solutions.
PSNews – Cho Ray Hospital on July 22 announced that it has succeeded in applying the Cardiac Resynchronization Therapy (CRT) ” implantation technique in heart failure. This has been seen a big step forward made by Vietnamese doctors in an effort to apply advanced medical technologies to the treatment of cardiovascular diseases in Vietnam and bring the service to a level equal to region’s and world’s.
The country's new Sayyad 3 missile can fly as far as 120 kilometers and reach an altitude of 27 kilometers, the state-owned media company Press TV reported.