Chinese smartphone maker Huawei says the Australian government has banned it from providing 5G technology for the country's wireless networks. It said fellow communications firm ZTE had also been banned, both reportedly because of national security concerns. "This is a extremely disappointing result for consumers," the company said on Twitter. Faster data download and upload speeds are promised with 5G, which is the next stage of mobile internet connectivity. Wider coverage and more stable connections than current 4G technology are also highlighted as benefits. What's the issue? Several countries are preparing for the roll-out of 5G mobile networks, although analysts say few will launch 5G services before 2020. Mark Newman, from the consultancy ConnectivityX, said: "5G is going to be the next significant wave of mobile infrastructure deployment. "If existing suppliers are banned, it will be quite a major blow for them." Huawei is the world's biggest producer of telecoms equipment. … [Read more...] about Huawei and ZTE handed 5G network ban in Australia
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VietNamNet Bridge - Sociologists and psychologists all agree that it is necessary to teach personal finance management skills at school. It's necessary to teach personal finance management skills at school Social networks have been talking in recent days about a video in which young boys and girls attending Sneaker Fest Impact Con 2018 revealed the prices of products and bags they wore. Sociologists and psychologists all agree that it is necessary to teach personal finance management skills at school. Psychologists and education experts say children should be taught personal finance as a curricular lesson. RELATED NEWS Vietnamese spend big money on parenting courses HCM City loses control over preschool English teaching Mai Chi … [Read more...] about Should students be taught how to manage their money?
Illustrative image (Source: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Participants at a national seminar in Hanoi on June 19 discussed measures to improve communications management in the context of the fourth industrial revolution (Industry 4.0). Associate Prof. Dr. Truong Ngoc Nam, Director of the Academy of Journalism and Communications under the Ho Chi Minh National Academy of Politics, said the fourth industrial revolution has exerted strong influence on communications, including the reception of information from readers. The public not only proactively choose the information and decide what they want to read but also contribute to delivering messages, he said. The boom of social networks like Facebook and YouTube makes it difficult for relevant agencies to keep information under control, Nam said, adding that management agencies have to deal with an “open” but “virtual” space with an array of issues relating to traditional security, hackers and dangerous information … [Read more...] about Ways sought to improve communications management in Industry 4.0
VNA Deputy General Director Le Quoc Minh speaks at the seminar (Photo: VNA) Hanoi (VNA) – Communications on social networks was the topic of discussion during a seminar held at the headquarters of the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) in Hanoi on June 13, gathering young employees of central agencies, including many journalists. At the event, participants talked about influence of communications on the social networks on journalism in Vietnam and challenges facing journalism in the digital age. Many proposed measures to improve awareness of extreme contents and fake news on the social networks among young people and how young journalists should properly access and process news and information on the social networks. They also advised competent authorities on how to enhance regulations to effectively manage information on the social networks and the Internet at large. Speaking of the fight against fake news and social responsibility of the press, VNA Deputy General Director Le … [Read more...] about Seminar spotlights communications on social networks
DFJ VinaCapital-backed entertainment group Yeah1 will offer 7.8 million shares for both foreign and local firms before trading 27.4 million shares on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HSX). Yeah1 TV, one of the popular entertainment channels run by the company According to the plan, Yeah1 will start to put these shares on sale with the expectation to acquire $100 million in proceeds at the share price of VND300,000 ($13.17). To date, numerous foreign firms from the UK, Singapore, Japan, and Thailand registered to buy 70 per cent of the offered shares. Some of the largest names lining up for a stake are Capital Asset Management, Probus Group, and TT International Limited, among others. Yeah1 will spend the acquired money on expanding its operations via investments, M&A deals, as well as partnerships. This year, Yeah1 targets earning VND1.6 trillion ($70.2 million) in net revenue and VND172 billion ($7.55 million) in net profit, signifying increases of 90 and 109 … [Read more...] about Yeah1 to sell 7.8 million shares on HSX