SEOUL, KOREA – At the Seoul Motor Show 2013 that kicked off on March 29, global automakers are eager to make their brand images look either younger or more luxurious. In a bid to make brand Hyundai look classier, Hyundai Motor took the wraps off the Equus by Hermes - its flagship luxury sedan Equus in collaboration with luxury brand Hermes.
WONJU, KOREA — Mr. Cho, Syung-Hyun, chairman of a medical appliance company, Nuga Medical Co., Ltd., (www.nuga.kr) was awarded the 51st ‘Honorary Korean Trader of the Month’ for his contribution in excellent actual exports.
HONG KONG - The GSMA today issued research that details the disruptive impact embedded mobile technology will have on the automobile industry, revolutionising the motoring experience and helping to create a connected car market worth almost €40 billion globally in 2018, up from €13 billion in 20121.
AKA is available in four different personas, from Eggy in yellow who falls frequently in love, the ever-so-impulsiveWooky in white, the soft-hearted and music-loving Soul in navy and Yo-Yo in pink who is always on a die
Liu Chuanzhi, the Chairman of Lenovo, revealed at the Chinese National People's Congress and the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference that he will launch Lenovo's new product Lephone in April. "Le" means joy, pleasure, or enjoyment in Chinese. The Lephone is a combination of a cellular phone and computer.
SEOUL, KOREA - Google Korea announced that it will market “Chromecast” in Korea at the price of 49,900 won. Chromecast is an innovative media streaming device that enables users to enjoy online contents at desktop computers, smartphones, and tablets through TVs.
SEOUL, KOREA – SK Telecom announced today that it successfully demonstrated a core LTE-Advanced technology named ‘Enhanced Inter-Cell Interference Coordination (eICIC)’ under cooperation with Qualcomm, a world leader in 3G and next-generation mobile technologies, and Nokia Siemens Networks, the world's specialist in mobile broadband.
SEOUL, KOREA – Ssangyong Motor, part of the USD 15.4 billion Mahindra Group, announced on July 26, 2012 that the company recorded 56,653 vehicles in sales volume (including CKD; 21,841 vehicles in domestic sales and 34,812 in exports, respectively), KRW 1,355.9 billion in revenues and KRW 53.7 billion in operating loss.