Vietnamese Internet users will continue to suffer from a traffic slowdown until repairs to the AAG undersea cable are completed, scheduled for April 21.
Vietnam’s millions of internet users and millions of football fans are not a happy lot this weekend.
Protecting internet users’ personal information remains a problem in Vietnam as current laws do not mention the issue, according to Nguyen Quang Dong from the Institute for Policy Studies and Media Development (IPS).
VOV.VN - Internet Day 2017, themed “Digital movement”, was held in Hanoi on November 22 marking 20 years of the internet in Vietnam, which has transformed all social aspects and boosted the country's international integration.
VOV.VN -Vietnam is trying its best to continue its role as a potential and trustworthy partner of the international business community, said Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc in his opening speech at the Vietnam Business Summit (VBS) on November 7 in the central city of Da Nang.
Social networks have become a bigger part of Vietnam’s internet-savvy community, but it's too bad they all too often serve as an arena for public shaming and hate speech, a new study has found.
Malaysia-based video streaming startup iflix has officially launched in Vietnam with the aim of tapping into the country’s sizable population, the company has said at a press conference.
Internet users in Vietnam can now enjoy their usual high speed connection as repairs to the Asia America Gateway (AAG) submarine cable system were completed after 20 days on August 23.
Internet freedom in Vietnam is an irrefutable truth, or in other words, Vietnam is an Internet-friendly country.
Half of all internet users in the Asia Pacific region purchased at least one consumer electronics product online in the past year, with Vietnam one of the region’s strongest drivers of consumer electronic sales, a recent study by GfK has revealed.
More than 10,000 e-commerce websites were registered in Vietnam at the end of last year, twice the number of 2014, according to a new report by released by the Ministry of Industry and Trade on April 14.
With the number of internet users and online shopping websites in the country skyrocketing, e-commerce is expected to boom this year.
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is the second largest Arab economy after Saudi Arabia and the 30th largest globally with a GDP per capita rate of US$44,200, the 18th highest in the world.
60% of the world’s population remains excluded from the ever-expanding digital economy, said a new World Bank (WB) report.
The approval of the national master plan of development of digital information security to 2020 and the Law on Internet Security show that Vietnam has raised awareness of the importance of information security, said Deputy Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Minh Hong.
Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung has called on social media users in Vietnam to be more "responsible," pledging government support to boost Internet access across the country.
E-commerce has developed vigorously in Vietnam in recent years and has helped Vietnamese companies improve their businesses.
(VOV) - Vietnam’s major telecom operators are scrambling to eliminate the impact on their operations from damage to several submarine cables and warn that Internet users may experience slow connection speeds for several days.
More than 700 businesses have so far registered to join the online shopping day which is scheduled for December 5 in Ho Chi Minh City.
Up to 44 percent of some 35 Internet users in Vietnam have yet shopped online, said a representative from Internet giant Google at a talk on the 2014 Vietnam Online Shopping Day and online advertising strategies in Hanoi on November 25.