Vietnamese startups in the digital content industry, especially the game industry, are witnessing impressive revenue increases despite the appearance of the Covid-19 pandemic. This has encouraged them to pour more effort and courage in investing and developing more products in the future.
Deputy Prime Minister Vu Duc Dam has just signed Decision No.1158/QD-TTg regarding the program to develop the national science-technology (ST) market until 2030, which in turn will boost innovation and competitiveness of domestic businesses as well as the national economy in general.
Thanks to the appearance of advanced technologies, a smart home is not too out of reach of most citizens in Vietnam. Although this model is quite new in the nation and requires careful consideration of buyers, it is expected to fully bloom in the near future as house purchases realize its usefulness for their life.
The approval of the Prime Minister in Decision No.316/QD-TTG on March 9, 2021 to the pilot scheme for the use of telecoms accounts to pay for small-value goods and services (Mobile Money) has attracted much interest of both experts in the fields of banking, finance, telecoms as well as the general public.
ICTNews (member of Vietnamnet) yesterday cooperated with the Authority of Information Security (under the Ministry of Information and Communications) to host the discussion ‘Boosting Make-in-Vietnam Cloud Computing’.
The new project ‘Solutions to increase durability and performance of photovoltaic cells using dye-sensitized matter’ by Dr. Nguyen Tuyet Phuong and her team is offering a bright future to green concrete buildings with environmentally friendly energy in Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC). However, the project has not attracted sufficient attention from building investors.