After investing $2 billion in a smartphone factory in Vietnam earlier this year, Samsung looks to open another facility.
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.
Transportation official in Thailand says the ride-sharing service does not use licensed vehicles, while a judge in Spain says Uber drivers lack official authorization.
Gone is the Nokia label as the new Lumia 535 marks a modest step forward for Microsoft's mobile ambitions.
Korea's smartphone exports for October fall by almost 36 percent, with the country's government blaming the release of Apple's latest gadget and cheap Chinese phones.
Gulf Coast residents have reported a huge, hairy hominid stalking their property. Crave's Eric Mack questions the man leading the hunt to kill a Sasquatch to prove the legend is real.
The Uber competitor is showing strong growth in Southeast Asia, with 400,000 active monthly users and two bookings made every second.
Samsung is expanding its manufacturing operations in Vietnam, with a massive complex that will reportedly focus on televisions.