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Global mobile association lauds Vietnam

The Global System Mobile Association (GSMA), which represents the worldwide mobile communications industry, has congratulated Vietnam on opening the door to a mobile broadband future.
Vietnamese scientist honoured by US computer giant Sci-Tech

Vietnamese scientist honoured by US computer giant

A Vietnamese-born computer boffin, Nguyen Van Son, has registered more than 100 patents and has been honoured with twelve ‘IBM invention achievement’ awards since he joined the US-based electronics giant in 1981.
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HCM City ICT pioneer firm reviews record

Quang Trung Software City, a pioneer which ushered Ho Chi Minh City into the ICT era, reviewed its achievements and shortcomings in the eight years since it was established at a meeting this week.
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New variants of Kido virus emerge

New variants of the Kido virus, which work like Trojans and can resist antivirus software, are on the rise, according to Kaspersky Lab Vietnam.
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New Web browser goes on sale

Microsoft Corp is now selling Windows Internet Explorer 8, a new Web browser. It can be downloaded at http/www.microsoft. com/ie8.
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Security World 2009 seminar-exhibition opens

The latest software, equipment and anti-virus solutions for data and web security management from major companies such as IBM, Symatech, and Nokia are on display at an exhibition that opened in Hanoi on March 24.
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Cuba, market for Vietnam’s IT products

Cuba is a potential market for Vietnamese IT and telecom products, Minister of Information and Communications Le Doan Hop told Fernando Remirez, Secretary and Chairman of the External Relations Commission of the Communist Party of Cuba (CPC) Central Committee.