SEOUL, KOREA - Which company do you think has achieved the highest growth in the global smartphone market in the third quarter of this year? The correct answer is not Samsung nor Apple but LG Electronics.
With experience in the Electronics industry spanning more that a quarter of a century in government and the private sector and his current standing as leader of one of the largest electronics distribution networks in China, it is no wonder that the KEA invited Mr. Cheng Yi-Mu, Chairman of Shenzhen Huaqiang Market Price Index Co., Ltd.
SEOUL, KOREA - Lexus’ first compactcrossover SUV “NX300h” has landed in Korea.Toyota Korea held a new carpresentation session for its Lexus NX300h at Grand Hyatt Incheonon October 6and kicked off official sales in Korea.
SEOUL, KOREA - LG Innotek announced on August 28 that it has developed a DCT (dual-clutch transmission) motor without using rare earth elements, for the first time in the world. The DCT motor is a core driving component that helps drivers shift gears smoothly in accordance with changes in driving situation.
MUNICH, GERMANY - The Swiss mobile network provider Swisscom is counting on highly secure NFC-enabled SIM cards from Giesecke & Devrient (G&D) to allow its customers to make payments with "Tapit". Tapit is the digital wallet for smartphones in Switzerland.
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
SEOUL, KOREA - Ssangyong Motor has released a premium multi-leisure vehicle (MLV) model "Korando Turismo" on February 5. The 11-seater Korando Turismo features the styling of an SUV, the comfort of a sedan, and the multi-function of a multi-purpose vehicle.
SEOUL, KOREA - On October 31, KDB Daewoo Securities maintained its investment opinion on SK Hynix at "buy" and set the target price upward at 43,000 won from 38,000 won on the grounds that the DRAM market has entered a "goldilocks" zone.
Developers will support multiple mobile OSs but Apple bobs to the top
Ovum's 2010 survey of 217 mobile application developers exposes a wide range of important trends that are either already having or will have a profound bearing on the future of device manufacturers, mobile operators, software platform vendors, and content providers.
CAMBRIDGE, UK - Many giant electronics manufacturers, computer services companies and conglomerates have tens of billions of dollars in the bank that is instantly available for investment to counter their saturating sales in mature markets. Samsung, General Electric and Google are examples and Apple even has $133 billion available.
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