V-KIST officially launched

22/11/2017 18:20

PSNews – The Vietnam-Korea Institute of Science and Technology (V-KIST) was officially inaugurated in Hanoi on November 21 after 5 years of preparation.

VNCERT orders quick action against CoinHive

18/11/2017 15:30

The Vietnam Computer Emergency Response Team has ordered all cybersecurity units at State agencies, enterprises and banks from the central to the local level to guard against the CoinHive malicious code.

British Council project wins Newton Prize in Vietnam

17/11/2017 14:11

A British Council Institutional Links project that has developed a communications system that can work even when extreme weather and natural disasters strike has been awarded the inaugural Newton Prize, worth £200,000, at an event in Hanoi, Vietnam today (16 November).

Former 'Angry Bird' Wants to Dig Rail Tunnel Under Baltic Sea

16/11/2017 19:24

Former Angry Birds mastermind Peter Vesterbacka has stunned his compatriots with plans for a high-speed private rail link between Finland and Estonia. He argued that what might be the world's longest tunnel could be built within a mere five years.

Law enforcement officers focus on transnational cyber crime investigations

14/11/2017 19:53

Twenty three law enforcement officers from South Asia, South East Asia and North Asia, Australia and Europe are in Hanoi for the next three weeks for the 44th Asia Region Law Enforcement Management Program (ARLEMP). The officers will study management, communication and cultural topics along with developing their skills in investigating transnational cyber crime.

Deputy PM: mobile payments will boom in Vietnam

08/11/2017 14:11

Mobile payments will soon boom and become popular in Vietnam, in a similar manner to mobile phones ten years ago, said Deputy Prime Minister Vuong Dinh Hue at the 2017 Vietnam Mobile Payment Forum, in Hanoi, on November 6.

Russian engineer creates ingenious solution to gridlock

29/10/2017 14:10

Russia is no stranger to traffic problems. According to navigation company TomTom, Moscow and St. Petersburg are among the top 25 most congested cities in the world, with three more Russian cities in the top 100. But Russian inventor Dahir Semyonov has a solution –'gyrotrains', a technology he says is the transport of the not so distant future.