VOV.VN - Swedish firm Nokia is set to provide Hanoi with a number of the latest generation body temperature control devices which have the ability to monitor 60 people simultaneously, according to Chairman of the Hanoi People's Committee Nguyen Duc Chung.
Feature phones still account for nearly four out of every 10 mobile phones sold in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - Viettel and Nokia have broadcast the first end-to-end 5G network in Ho Chi Minh City.
Nearly two decades after being crowned the king of Vietnam's cellphone market, Nokia’s classic 3310 has made a successful return to the mobile-crazy country, proving that its charms still work.
This year marks Vietnam’s 10th year after accession into the World Trade Organization.
Experts have voiced their concern about Chinese phone products in the domestic market, warning that there are latent risks about information insecurity.
Two models of Nokia feather phones are to be launched by the end of this year in Vietnam but the phone maker declined to elaborate on its plans to return to the country.
One of the three big players in the technology production distribution market – FPT Trading – has announced a divestment plan.
(VOV) - English is now the global language of business and the official language of the ASEAN Economic Community (AEC)— as the regions’ leaders have opted to heed the advice of leaders from multinational companies.
(VOV) - Microsoft has officially launched its first Microsoft Store in Hanoi, which will provide customers with the best Microsoft products including the most popular Lumia Window Phone.
Vietnam has become a significant site for factories of Samsung, Intel, Microsoft (Nokia) and a number of manufacturers of clothing and footwear.
A recent survey by global data firm IDC has revealed that a total of 28.7 million cell phones were sold in Vietnam last year, up 13% from the previous year.
(VOV) -Government economists have forecast that the overall improvement in the global economy would create more favourable conditions for foreign direct investment (FDI) in Vietnam in 2015.
(VOV) - LG Electronics – the world’s second largest television manufacturer has unveiled a strategic plan to expand its operation in northern Vietnam.
(VOV) - Microsoft, which took over Nokia in a US$7.2 million deal last April, is closing all its plants in Hungary, contracting production in China and Mexico, and shifting the bulk of phone manufacturing to Bac Ninh province.
The northern province of BacNinh granted investment licences to 32 new projects worth nearly US$200 million in total registered capital in the first quarter of this year, fulfilling 64 percent of the yearly target.
The world’s leading mobile phone manufacturer inaugurated a US$300 million factory in northern Bac Ninh province on October 28 after one and a half years of construction, aiming to boost Vietnam’s capacity in phone production.
(VOV) -The Nokia mobile phone manufacturing plant in northern Bac Ninh province’s Vietnam-Singapore Industrial Park (VSIP) is expected to enter operation in mid-2013.
One hundred Finnish posters since the beginning of the 20th century, will be displayed at the National Library in Hanoi from March 21-24.
A project to plant mangrove trees was launched at a seminar jointly organised by the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), Nokia and the provincial Forestry Science-Technology Association in Hue city on November 27.