• Vietnam announces bauxite, laterite deposit survey 

    10/05/2011 05:00

    A sample of bauxite ore in the Central Highlands The Department of Geology and Minerals of Vietnam has announced a VND408 billion (US$19.8 million) project to study bauxite and laterite deposits in the country. The comprehensive study,...

  • MobiFone doesn’t want to repeat Vietcombank’s mistake

    09/05/2011 05:00

    VietNamNet Bridge – Selling shares at overly high prices at the initial public offering (IPO) may leave bad consequences for businesses and their employees. That was exactly the problem which occurred with Vietcombank. MobiFone, the leading telecom company in...

  • British Council launches idea competition to fight climate change 

    08/05/2011 05:00

    The British Council has kicked off E-Idea, a competition that funds, supports and mentors young eco-entrepreneurs in seven Asia-Pacific countries, including Vietnam, with their eco-friendly ideas and projects. In each...

  • Bkis warns of virus attack via spam mail

    Bkis warns of virus attack via spam mail

    07/05/2011 05:00

    Bkis Internet Security Company has warned of virus contamination to computers via spam emails that are misusing express mail service providers id’s like DHL and Post Express, since April. Dan Tri Newspaper has reported that at least 7,500 computers have been...

  • Meteor shower to be visible Friday in Vietnam 

    07/05/2011 05:00

    Halley's Comet (Photo: NASA) Vietnamese star lovers will have a chance to see the Eta Aquarids meteor shower associated with Halley’s Comet early Friday, according to scientists. Dang Vu Tuan Son, chief of the Vietnam Astronomy...

  • Google Android tops smartphone platform market in U.S.: research

    07/05/2011 05:00

    Latest research released Friday shows that Google Android has become the No.1 smartphone platform in the United States in the first quarter as more smartphone manufacturers have adopted the operating system. During the three months ending in March, Google Android grew 6....

  • I control therefore I am: chimps self-aware, says study 

    03/05/2011 05:00

    File photo of three female chimpanzees at the Taronga Zoo in Sydney. Chimpanzees are self-aware and can anticipate the impact of their actions on the environment around them, an ability once thought to be uniquely human, according to a study...

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