What if the next Steve Jobs was a little orphaned Vietnamese girl who learned how to program and design at an after school center? No matter how unlikely, it’s possible. Orphan Impact, a nonprofit organization, has been working to bring down technological barriers and teach computer skills to orphans in Vietnam.
Cofounder James Bao explains what makes OneVietnam different and why it’s one of the most exciting projects in philanthropy today.
Nick Kristof and Games for Change are teaming up to develop a Facebook game that hopes to build a positive social impact in real life.
We’ve confirmed with a first-hand source that Facebook will be unblocked in Vietnam, likely in early 2012.
iPhone 4S’s sold by Sprint & Verizon will come GSM-unlocked. On your next trip to Vietnam, there will be no need to jailbreak or unlock your phone. Time to book that flight!
Meet some of Silicon Valley’s best and brightest at the next Toast of the Town on August 4th!
What happens when two countries with internet savvy netizens engage in border disputes? Cyber war.
Governments of the world are scared of social media and react by blocking sites like Facebook and Twitter. They shouldn’t. Attempts to control information will only drive more extreme activities. Here’s why.
Though not official, it has become clear that Facebook has been blocked in Vietnam for a good while now. However, as of last week, that that appears to have changed: FPT, Vietnam’s telecom giant, signed into partnership with Facebook last week.
The Vietnamese government has requested that internet service providers restrict online gaming access after 10 pm.