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LG Display tops large panel market for over 7 years

LG Display retained the world’s highest shipments of large panels for 30 consecutive quarters, a global market research company said Tuesday. LG Display, the world‘s largest liquid crystal display...

Updated : 2017.06.13 16:06

Korea’s MelOn introduces new player for Mac OS

South Korea’s most widely-used online music service platform MelOn has introduced a new music player specialized for Apple’s Mac operating system. MelOn on Tuesday officially launched Mac Player...

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:39

'Onmyoji' game for Kakao set for August release

“Onmyoji,” the hit 3-D mobile role-playing game that swept the Chinese and Japanese markets last year, is officially arriving in South Korea this summer through Kakao which hopes to cement the lead...

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:38

ICT Minister nominee recognized for expertise, leadership

You Young-min, the nominee for science, ICT and future planning minister, is a software veteran with broad experience in the information technology industry. The nominee, 66, started his IT career i...

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:38

ICT ministry to spearhead 'fourth industrial revolution' in Moon administration

President Moon Jae-in's policy advisory panel said Tuesday that the ICT ministry will coordinate various policies related to the ongoing worldwide industrial transformation, dubbed the "fourth indust...

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:38

KAIST develops power saving AI chips

Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology has developed the world’s lowest-power-consuming artificial intelligence chips for facial recognition, the institute announced Tuesday. The “K-Ey...

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:32

Samsung, LG products set to become compatible

Samsung and LG’s home appliances and devices may become compatible with one another as early as this year, according to sources Tuesday. The two Korean tech giants are currently each developing pro...

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:29

KT introduces ‘mother of all credit cards’

KT announced Tuesday the launch of an all-in-one smart card device, a new network-based financial platform the company expects to be a core business in the artificial intelligence and big data field....

Updated : 2017.06.13 15:04

'Lineage II Revolution' set for launch in 11 countries this week

South Korea’s Netmarble Games is slated to officially launch its megahit role-playing game “Lineage II Revolution” in 11 countries Wednesday, amid rising expectations that the foray into overseas ...

Updated : 2017.06.12 15:19

Samsung to help improve Mexico’s medical environment

Samsung Electronics has clinched a partnership with Carlos Slim Foundation to help improve the management of health records in Mexico, the company said Monday. Under the partnership, the South Korea...

Updated : 2017.06.12 14:29

LG aims globally with cordless cleaner lineup

LG Electronics launched a new lineup of cordless vacuum cleaners Monday, saying it aimed to become a top-tier player in the global market for the appliances. The CordZero ART Series lineup includes ...

Updated : 2017.06.12 14:25

KT to supply advanced internet service in Boston

Mobile carrier KT said Monday that it will launch its GiGa Wire service in Boston, Massachusetts, after signing a memorandum of understanding with US internet firm netBlazr and the city of Boston to ...

Updated : 2017.06.12 14:18

Samsung chips set to beat Intel in Q2

Samsung Electronics Co. is expected to become the world's top chipmaker during the second quarter of this year, a report showed Saturday, beating its traditional rival Intel Corp. "Following the ris...

Updated : 2017.06.10 10:50

[Weekender] Receptions of emoticons different by generation

Emoticons on mobile messengers have pandered to young South Koreans’ taste, becoming an inseparable part of their lives. But in a nation lush with ready-made emoticon packages, which cost some 3,00...

Updated : 2017.06.09 16:36

[Weekender] A brief history of emoticons

Some are flashy, some move, and some even make sounds. Emoticons have become an inseparable means of delivering feelings and messages for mobile messenger and online users worldwide. Some 92 percent...

Updated : 2017.06.09 16:28