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Galaxy S8 may adopt largest ever 5.7-inch panel

Samsung Electronics is expected to adopt the largest panels for its upcoming Galaxy S series to be unveiled in April, according to multiple news reports Wednesday.  (Samsung)Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus wil...

Updated : 2017.01.18 18:25

LG launches cooling, heating module

LG Innotek on Wednesday announced it had successfully carried out mass production of a thermoelectric module, a cutting-edge component that provides both cooling and heating functions.As the component...

Updated : 2017.01.18 18:11

Samsung supplies flagship Exynos processors for Audi

Samsung Electronics on Wednesday announced it will start providing its flagship Exynos processors for German automaker, signaling the world’s top chipmaker’s entry into chips for cars. The supply co...

Updated : 2017.01.18 15:14

Korea to increase 5G network bandwidth

South Korea will increase the bandwidth allocated for the fifth-generation network by 2018 to accommodate sharply increasing data traffic, the science ministry said Wednesday.The Ministry of Science, ...

Updated : 2017.01.18 14:25

KT debuts audio visual AI platform Genie

KT, the second-largest mobile carrier in South Korea, on Tuesday unveiled an artificial intelligence-based Internet Protocol television setup box with an aim to realize smart home system centering on ...

Updated : 2017.01.17 16:33

Samsung, LG ‘intimidated by Chinese firms’ at the CES

Executives from Korea’s biggest tech firms told top policymakers that they were intimidated by Chinese companies’ improved home appliance technology unveiled at the latest Consumer Electronics Show....

Updated : 2017.01.17 16:13

LG adopts voice-recognition for all air conditioners next year

LG Electronics will adopt voice-recognition technologies for all of its air-conditioners from next year, the firm’s home appliance chief said at the launch event Monday. “We will adopt voice-recogni...

Updated : 2017.01.16 16:16

Buzzvil wins patent lawsuits against Yello Mobile

[THE INVESTOR] Buzzvil, a Seoul-based startup that operates a smartphone lock screen advertising platform, said Monday it has won two patent lawsuits filed against Yello Mobile, a startup holding comp...

Updated : 2017.01.16 15:37

Korea to increase investment related to 4th industrial revolution

South Korea will expand investments to secure a new growth strategy to cope with the fast-paced industrial transformation, dubbed the fourth industrial revolution, the science minister said Monday.The...

Updated : 2017.01.16 15:12

SsenStone announces partner-centered supply policy

Authentication security fintech startup SsenStone, headed by CEO Yoo Chang-hun, announced Monday that it had hosted “Partner’s Day” on Jan. 10. Held in the event hall on the fourth floor of Seoul 6...

Updated : 2017.01.16 14:22

Naver’s Line ranks No. 2 in global app sales

Line, the mobile messenger established by South Korean internet giant Naver, was the second-most profitable app in the world in 2016, a new year-end report from Sensor Tower showed Monday.According to...

Updated : 2017.01.16 12:20

[HERALD INTERVIEW] Polaroid Swing expresses the world in movement

Since the moment the camera lens landed on the smartphone, users have been busy snapping the world around them. The market for new ways to capture photographs and make adjustments to them has explode...

Updated : 2017.01.15 15:21

LG vows G6 battery safe from overheating

LG Electronics said it is adopting a new technology and conducting tougher tests to improve the safety of its new flagship smartphone G6 to be unveiled at the Mobile World Congress in February.The rei...

Updated : 2017.01.15 14:13

Samsung crafts VR content on driving safety

South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. has developed a virtual reality (VR) program on road safety in partnership with Austria's automobile association, company officials said Sunday.The Samsung Drive ...

Updated : 2017.01.15 11:25

Nokia expected to join foldable device market: report

Not only current smartphone leaders Samsung Electronics and Apple, but Nokia, the former top mobile phone maker, seems to be preparing to introduce a foldable smartphone, according to news reports. Ac...

Updated : 2017.01.13 16:33