Security firms and Google reported DOS attacks on Web sites of Vietnamese activists.
The Southeast Asian nation is serving up harsh penalties, including fines and prison time, to people who post "propaganda against the state" on Facebook, Twitter, and other sites.
Newly declassified info details the NSA's surveillance of US antiwar figures. Meanwhile, present-day critics of the agency speak of misuse of powers, and the NSA's director defends his people.
Vicenzo Cosenza's World Map of Social Networks shrinks to just five players dominating digital connections on the planet.
The reported confirmation caps speculation that began in October 2008.
Government dismisses what it called "groundless" accusations that it used malware to intimidate opponents of a mining project in Vietnam.
CNET's Dong Ngo reports from Hanoi on troubles that local users have been facing in accessing the social network. But is the government to blame?
Mother's Day (and to a lesser extent, Father's Day) is now widely known and celebrated in Vietnam, just one sign of the penetration of U.S. pop culture into Vietnam via the Internet and TV.
Country's government sets an ambitious goal for its software operations, mandating that products such as OpenOffice.org, Thunderbird, and Firefox be installed before July.
Dong Ngo joins Charles Cooper on the CNET News Daily Debrief to talk about his impressions of technology in his homeland.