First Vietnam Open Summit held Sci-Tech

First Vietnam Open Summit held

The Ministry of Information and Communications hosted the first Vietnam Open Summit, themed “Promoting national digital transformation”, in Hanoi on November 18 in both the face-to-face and video conferencing forms.
Vietnam not late in 5G: Minister Politics

Vietnam not late in 5G: Minister

Vietnam has not fallen behind in launching a 5G network, having completed a technical pilot last year, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said while being grilled in the Q&A session at the 14th National Assembly (NA) on November 6.
Digital transformation crucial for development Society

Digital transformation crucial for development

Digital transformation has been regarded as a crucial solution to help countries develop more rapidly and sustainably. This is part of the discussions at the International Telecommunication Union Virtual Digital World 2020 that took place online for three days.
Vietnam co-organises ITU Virtual Digital World 2020 Sci-Tech

Vietnam co-organises ITU Virtual Digital World 2020

The Vietnamese Ministry of Information and Communications (MIC) and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), the United Nations specialised agency for ICTs have co-organised the ITU Virtual Digital World 2020.
India-ASEAN connectivity scrutinised ASEAN

India-ASEAN connectivity scrutinised

Speakers from India, Vietnam, Thailand, Malaysia and Laos discussed trade and geopolitical connectivity between Indian and ASEAN at a recent video conference, during which they said that the two sides have stayed closed in numerous fields.
Vietnam to universalise smartphones Business

Vietnam to universalise smartphones

Vietnam is planning to sell smartphones costing just 500,000 VND (20 USD) under a smartphone universalisation programme, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said.
Journalists urged to embrace technologies Society

Journalists urged to embrace technologies

Vietnamese media could be falling behind the relentless march of technological development and need to catch up soon, Minister of Information and Communications Nguyen Manh Hung said at the Press and Technology Forum in Hanoi on November 13.