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IFA 2011 to feature new wireless gadgets, 3-D TVs

Samsung plans to unveil new Bada phones; LG readies smart 3-D TVs with new content Local firms are preparing to showcase a wide range of wireless gadgets as well as 3-D TVs for the global trade show...

Updated : 2011.08.30 19:23

Apple wins more delay from Samsung in Australia tablet sale

Apple Inc. won a further delay in the release of Samsung Electronics Co.’s newest tablet computer in Australia, with the South Korean company agreeing not to sell the Galaxy Tab 10.1 until the end of...

Updated : 2011.08.29 11:44

SK Telecom wins 'golden' spectrum license for 995b won

SK Telecom acquired the 20-megahertz band of the 1.8 gigahertz range for 995 billion won ($926.67 million) in the country’s first wireless broadband spectrum auction after its rival KT Corp. withdre...

Updated : 2011.08.29 11:16

Facebook shutting down online Deals program

WASHINGTON (AFP) -- Facebook is ending a Deals program launched in April which offered online bargains like Groupon, LivingSocial and other companies. "After testing Deals for four months, we've dec...

Updated : 2011.08.28 17:11

Samsung to showcase 4G smartphone at industry fair in Germany

Samsung Electronics Co. said Sunday it will introduce a new Galaxy smartphone at an industry exhibition in Germany this week as it seeks to win consumers for fourth-generation (4G), super-fast wirele...

Updated : 2011.08.28 15:27

Apple gives Tim Cook 1 million shares

FRANCISCO (AP) — Apple has given Tim Cook 1 million shares of restricted stock as he takes over as reins of the company from Steve Jobs. At current prices, the stock package is worth more than $383 m...

Updated : 2011.08.27 22:39

Nokia launches its cheapest phones at $30-$35

HELSINKI (AP) _ Nokia on Thursday unveiled its two cheapest cellphones to date aimed at attracting users in the low end market as it fights increasing competition from Asian manufacturers. The Nokia...

Updated : 2011.08.26 10:14

Recharge your phone with a quick stroll

Soon, small portable devices such as cell phones and MP3 playerss could be charged just by having a quick walk. Tom Krupenkin and Ashley Taylor, mechanical engineers at the University of Wisconsin i...

Updated : 2011.08.25 11:29

Samsung jumps on court ruling, Jobs resignation

Shares of Samsung Electronics Co., the world's second-largest smartphone maker, jumped on Thursday after a court ruling in the Netherlands and news that Steve Jobs, the chief executive officer of App...

Updated : 2011.08.25 11:05

Steve Jobs, Apple CEO and creative force, resigns

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Steve Jobs, the mind behind the iPhone, iPad and other devices that turned Apple Inc. into one of the world's most powerful companies, resigned as CEO on Wednesday, saying he ca...

Updated : 2011.08.25 09:11

Samsung banned from selling some smartphones in Netherlands

BRUSSELS (Yonhap News) -- A Dutch court on Wednesday issued a preliminary injunction against the sale of smartphones by South Korea's Samsung Electronics Co. in the Netherlands in a patent dispute ra...

Updated : 2011.08.24 23:04

Report says Sprint to get iPhone in October

NEW YORK (AP) — Sprint Nextel Corp., the country's third-largest cellphone company, will start selling the iPhone in mid-October, The Wall Street Journal said Tuesday. Citing unnamed people familia...

Updated : 2011.08.24 09:42

Epson Korea says 35 million customers' data hacked

Epson Korea Co., the South Korean unit of Japan's Seiko Epson Corp., said Saturday that its Web site has been hacked, causing the private information of 35 million users to be leaked. "We have disco...

Updated : 2011.08.20 20:02

Apple planning early 2012 launch for new iPad: WSJ

NEW YORK (AFP) - Apple plans to begin trial production of a next generation iPad in October with an eye to an early 2012 launch, The Wall Street Journal reported Friday. The newspaper, citing "peopl...

Updated : 2011.08.20 19:52

IBM pursues chips that behave like brains

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) -- Computers, like humans, can learn. But when Google tries to fill in your search box based only on a few keystrokes, or your iPhone predicts words as you type a text message, it'...

Updated : 2011.08.19 13:44