The present study attempts to investigate the effects of using technology to support the development of speaking skills for high school students and the attitude of students when being employed with technological devices in learning foreign languages. The purpose of this study is to develop beneficial suggestions for educators, students, and teachers to enhance the teaching and learning of spoken English. Additionally, it aims to highlight the need to use technology to learn English skills. The research was conducted in a high school in Kien Giang province with the participation of 100 students giving the answers to the questionnaire with items about using technological devices to enhance students’ speaking skills. Besides, the involvement of six teachers of English in the interview gives insights into teachers’ beliefs about using technology to support students in developing speaking skills. Statistical Package statistically analyzed data for Social Sciences (SPSS) program. The study’s conclusions show that speaking is significantly impacted by technology. According to the study, technology tools like PowerPoint, YouTube, Speech Recognition Software, and films can substantially enhance oral communication skills in EFL learners.