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‘Mobile broadcasters’ pave new media market led by millennials

The new mobile age has disrupted the way people consume media, as millennials turn to laptops and mobile devices to stream video content and browse posts on platforms like YouTube, Facebook and Twitt...

Updated : 2017.07.03 15:58

Korea to host ‘Starcraft: Remastered’ launch event

South Korea will host an event to celebrate the global launch of “Starcraft: Remastered” this month, the game’s developer Blizzard Entertainment said Monday. The event will take place at Gwangal...

Updated : 2017.07.03 15:57

Microsoft, Trump administration clash over email searches

On the surface, the investigation was routine. Federal agents persuaded a judge to issue a warrant for a Microsoft email account they suspected was used for drug trafficking. But U.S.-based Microso...

Updated : 2017.07.02 21:59

[Monitor] Korea’s smartphone penetration rate ranks world’s 6th

South Korea ranks sixth in the world in terms of the smartphone penetration rate this year, data by Statistics Analytics showed. In terms of the number of smartphone users compared to the nation‘s ...

Updated : 2017.07.02 16:25

Samsung to launch refurbished Note 7 this Friday

Samsung Electronics announced it will launch refurbished Galaxy Note 7 smartphones this Friday. Samsung Galaxy Note Fan Edition (Samsung Electronics) Named “Galaxy Note Fan Edition,” the upcoming...

Updated : 2017.07.02 16:03

LG CNS partners with Amazon on cloud

LG CNS said Sunday it will partner with Amazon Web Services to expand its cloud business. The company said it formed a strategic partnership with the world’s largest cloud platform business in order...

Updated : 2017.07.02 15:39

Samsung poised to beat Intel for 1st time in 24 years

Samsung Electronics is poised to become the world’s largest semiconductor provider in terms of sales in the second quarter, beating US-based Intel for the first time in 24 years, according to global...

Updated : 2017.07.02 13:54

Hyosung showcases spandex products in India

South Korean material supplier Hyosung said Sunday the company participated in Textiles India 2017, showcasing a full lineup of its products at the first international textile tradeshow held in India...

Updated : 2017.07.02 13:51

Samsung SDI CEO stresses technical prowess for 4th industrial revolution

Samsung SDI will enhance technological developments for next-generation materials in preparations for the upcoming “fourth industrial revolution” moves, the company chief said on Friday. Samsung S...

Updated : 2017.07.02 13:51

Most salaryworkers expect 4th revolution to impact their jobs: poll

Nearly 80 percent of South Korean salaried workers expect their jobs to be affected in some way by the "Fourth Industrial Revolution," a survey here showed Friday. In a poll conducted by Hunet, a lo...

Updated : 2017.06.30 17:07

Solid-state battery for Samsung Galaxy likely in years

Korean battery maker Samsung SDI will be able to produce solid-state batteries that are safe from explosions for smartphones in one to two years, the firm’s executive said. “Our technological leve...

Updated : 2017.06.30 14:37

Bitnine revisualizes database industry through AgensGraph

Bitnine has revisualized the database industry with its hybrid database solution AgensGraph, maximizing the advantages of relational and graph databases, the company said this week. South Korea’s o...

Updated : 2017.06.30 13:55

LG Electronics to supply driver-assistance cameras to German carmaker

LG Electronics Inc. said Thursday it will supply its advanced driver-assistance system cameras to a premium German carmaker, tapping deeper into the vehicle components business. Through the deal, th...

Updated : 2017.06.29 10:59

Samsung inks deal for $380m factory in South Carolina

Samsung Electronics officially announced Wednesday that the company will build a home appliance factory with $380 million worth of investment in South Carolina, marking the company’s first major inv...

Updated : 2017.06.28 22:35

SK moves closer to building chip powerhouse

South Korea’s third-largest conglomerate SK is on the path to becoming the second-biggest memory chip provider in the world, taking one step closer to acquiring a slice of Toshiba’s chipmaking unit...

Updated : 2017.06.28 17:49