Vietnam minister denies huge costs of educational reform amid criticism
Responding to critics, Vietnam’s educational minister Sunday denied that a plan to reform K-12 education over the next 10 years would cost at least US$1.6 billion.

Vietnam free call app seeks to take down Viber
Hanoi-based Internet security firm Bkav has launched Btalk with global ambitions
Apple said to prepare song-ID feature for iPhone software
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Samsung contests Apple’s patent claims in $2 billion case
Samsung Electronics Co. began its attack on patents Apple Inc. has asserted in a $2 billion case by trying to convince jurors that the iPhone maker exaggerated claims about inventions allegedly copied by the Galaxy maker.
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