Vietnam will undertake the Chair of the Committee on Earth Observation Satellites (CEOS) in 2019, according to the Vietnam National Space Centre.
Thousands of miles of cables connected to data centres underpin our way of life. How many people are online, what are they doing there – and what comes next?
PSNews - Under the Master plan for Space technology named “The Strategy for Research and Application of Space Technology Towards 2020” which declared that Vietnam would own satellites made in Vietnam by 2020, the GOV officially decided to implement the Project on “Disaster and Climate Change Countermeasures Using Earth Observation Satellite” as a core project to realize the strategy.
The 10th Vietnam-US Joint Committee Meeting on Scientific and Technological Cooperation (JCM10) took place in Washington DC from October 15-17.
Alphabet Inc’s Google on Tuesday revamped how it distributes its mobile apps in the European Union, introducing a licensing fee for device makers to access its app marketplace in a response to regulators’ findings that it had broken antitrust law.
Spanish scientists found huge reductions in the HIV-1 (Human Immunodeficiency Virus) reservoirs of five patients who underwent stem cell transplant treatment, according to research published Tuesday in the Annals of Internal Medicine Journal.
Vietnam’s Ministry of Science and Technology and Finland’s Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) on cooperation in science, technology, and innovation in Hanoi on October 16.
Healthy mice with two mothers have been born for the first time in a study that pushes the boundaries of reproductive science.
Facebook Inc will ban false information about voting requirements and fact-check fake reports of violence or long lines at polling stations ahead of next month’s U.S. midterm elections, company executives told Reuters, the latest effort to reduce voter manipulation on its service.
The FPT Corporation and Vietnam Television (VTV) has kicked off the 2018-2019 Digital Race for all students at universities across the country and some schools in Asia.
This March, as Facebook was coming under global scrutiny over the harvesting of personal data for Cambridge Analytica, Google discovered a skeleton in its own closet: a bug in the API for Google+ had been allowing third-party app developers to access the data not just of users who had granted permission, but of their friends.
The JunctionxHanoi2018, a Vietnamese version of Junction - Europe's largest Hackathon competition, kicked off for the first time on October 12, attracting 250 contestants, who are young enthusiastic Vietnamese people working in technology.
The national self-propelled vehicle programming contest - Digital Race 2018-2019 was launched by Vietnam Television (VTV) and tech giant FPT Group, in Hanoi in October.
A workshop to promote trade and economic cooperation, especially in information and communications technology (ICT), between Israeli and Vietnamese enterprises was held in Hanoi on October 11.
Google’s new Pixel 3 smartphones attempt to push the computational photography envelope, challenging Apple’s new iPhone XS and Samsung’s Galaxy S9.
Judging by a recent increase in cosmic rays, scientists estimate that the Voyager 2 probe may be nearing the edge of the solar system. Once it passes through the heliopause, the 41-year-old probe will become only the second man-made object to enter interstellar space.
Microsoft Corp is investing in Southeast Asian ride-hailing firm Grab as part of a partnership that the two companies said will allow them to collaborate on technology projects, including big data and artificial intelligence.
The high court has blocked a mass lawsuit against Google that aimed to collect as much as £3bn in compensation for the company’s historical practice of collecting data on iPhone users whose privacy settings should have prevented surveillance.
William Nordhaus and Paul Romer, both researchers on climate change and innovation have been awarded the prestigious Nobel Prize in Economics.
The world’s leading climate scientists have warned there is only a dozen years for global warming to be kept to a maximum of 1.5C, beyond which even half a degree will significantly worsen the risks of drought, floods, extreme heat and poverty for hundreds of millions of people.