The Vietnam Railways Corporation (VNR) officially launched an application for pasengers to buy tickets and pay online on smartphones from July 15 to improve customer services.
The first iPhone 11s have been available in the Vietnamese market since September 20. Unlike previous years, the selling prices of the next-generation iPhones are ‘very reasonable’.
A lot of life's little and big jobs can now be taken care of quickly with a few taps on a smartphone.
Home markets are the biggest markets for Chinese, South Korea, Japanese and Amercian mobile phone manufacturers, but this has not occurred in Vietnam.
VOV.VN - The city of Da Lat has launched a brand-new tourism application to help visitors locate tourist attractions and good quality restaurants in the city through their smartphone.
The e-commerce market has taken off in Vietnam thanks to booming internet usage and smartphone ownership, along with massive investments from key retail players, local media reported.
Trigger-finger and trigger-thumb, the painful condition common in middle-aged women and people with diabetes, may occur in young people who overuse smartphones.
VOV.VN - In early June 2017 Bkav launched the Bphone, which it touts as the first smartphone designed and made in Vietnam.
One in every three travelers who make online hotel bookings uses the smartphone, the second highest ratio behind laptops in terms of devices used for online bookings, according to a recent report from marketing company Criteo.
With a smartphone on hand, Ho Chi Minh City residents can monitor their domestic water use, leakage, and even online payment no matter where they are.
Impressive internet connectivity and the broad expansion of mobile phone usage could create a digital content boom.
Traditional motorbike taxi drivers in Ho Chi Minh City are helpless and infuriated as their livelihood is threatened by a new generation of technology-based drivers.
Vietnam Competition Authority (VCA) is actively supervising the recall, renew and exchange programme of all Galaxy Note 7 models from Samsung Electro-Mechanics Vietnam Co Ltd (SEMV).
The production suspension and recall of Galaxy Note7, a smartphone previously hoped to be a Samsung flagship product this year, will not have much impact on Samsung Vietnam’s export revenue in 2016, the firm said.
The decision of Samsung to stop producing its flagship Galaxy Note 7 worldwide may adversely affect the export revenue of Vietnam, home to two major mobile production complexes of the Korean smartphone maker, industry insiders say.
Experts have voiced their concern about Chinese phone products in the domestic market, warning that there are latent risks about information insecurity.
Customers should stop using Samsung Galaxy Note 7 immediately, said the Vietnam Competition Authority under the Ministry of Industry and Trade.
Vietnam is expected to witness one of the largest growths in mobile broadband subscriptions in Southeast Asia together with Myanmar, Indonesia, Bangladesh and the Philippines, by 2021.
The Bphone 2 smartphone is still expected to be introduced this year, a Bkav spokesman told local media, but he could not say exactly when.
After years of feeble attempts, Taiwan’s Foxconn, the world’s largest electronic component manufacturer, advanced its investment commitment in Vietnam by acquiring Microsoft’s smartphone factory in the northern province of Bac Ninh.