VietNamNet Bridge - Established in 2013, 1Pay is a startup project developed by MOG Vietnam. However, unlike other mobile payment platforms, which focus on the domestic market, 1Pay developers have decided to take risks to develop overseas. 1Pay provides payment services to mobile app producers and users. The products 1Pay targets are mobile games. It allows game producers to open accounts on its system. Users, when downloading or buying items in games, can pay manufacturers through tools provided by 1Pay such as SMS, online payment or pre-paid cards. When choosing to make payment via SMS, for example, game item buyers will make payment via 90xx and 8xxx phone numbers by sending the codes of scratch cards. Money will be remitted to 1Pay’s accounts. After that, 1Pay’s partners will get paid in accordance with profit sharing contracts signed between the parties. Established in 2013, 1Pay is a startup project developed by MOG Vietnam. However, unlike other mobile payment … [Read more...] about 1pay takes bold step abroad
Many Internet users in Vietnam have been unable to get access to google.com.vn since this afternoon, with a message displayed on their computer screen saying the site had been hacked whenever they tried to get to the address. Lizard Squad, greetz from antichrist, Brian Krebs, sp3c, Komodo, ryan, HTP & Rory Andrew Godfrey (holding it down in Texas) Buy DDOS @ http://lizardstresser.su Follow us on Twitter:@LizardCircle" A photo of a man holding an iPhone and a video are included in the message. Lizard Squad claimed responsibility for the hacking of Facebook and its photo-sharing app Instagram on January 27, VTC News said. But Facebook refuted the claim later, saying it was briefly down because of configuration changes. News website zing.vn reported that many readers have said that this seeming hack has affected a certain circle of users when they use the DNS of Google to get access to google.com.vn. DNS stands for Domain Name System, which is a hierarchical … [Read more...] about Google.com.vn hacked?
Google has updated information about roads and places in the major cities of Vietnam for its famous Google Map for PC and cell phones. Information about streets, roads, and places like hospitals, schools, embassies, and banks in Hanoi, HCM City, Hai Phong, Da Nang, and others are now available on Google Map. Users can choose to view a vector map, satellite map or topographic map. With modern cell phones, like the iPhone 3G and Blackberry Bold, users can utilize Google Map's locating function. However, in Vietnam, these models of mobile phones are ineffective because they are integrated with AGPS chips. Google Map also supports cell phones without GPS to define their positions through the Latitude function; however, it is not highly accurate. As Google Map is an online map, Vietnamese users will need GPRS or wifi to download the software to their PCs or hand phones. Google Map is now available for cell phones that use BlackBerry, Windows Mobile, Sympian S60, Palm operating systems … [Read more...] about Google Map updates with Vietnamese roads
iPhone owners are finally free of Apple's terrible built-in Maps app, thanks to Google's long-awaited iOS Maps software finally making its way onto the App Store. It's early days, but my first impressions of the new app are positive. The ability to search public transport from the app is crucial, and even alerted me to some nasty delays on London's central line. … [Read more...] about Google Maps for iOS arrives with Street View, public transport
Google said Tuesday it was launching its Nexus 7 tablet computer in Japan, aiming to take on Apple's iPad in one of the most lucrative markets in the world. Priced at 19,800 yen ($255), it comes in around half the price of the lowest spec third generation iPad available in Japan. … [Read more...] about Google launches Nexus 7 tablet in Japan