SEOUL, KOREA - Samsung Electronics announced on April 29 that it released its brand-new smartphone Galaxy S4 in 60 countries including Australia, China, United Arab Emirates, India, Singapore, Germany, the UK and the U.S., all simultaneously.
SEOUL, KOREA- A study said Korea's electric utility rates must be adjusted upward at least 15-20 percent in order to get the energy price right. The Korea Energy Economics Institute said on September 23 that it would make a presentation the next day on "reasonable energy price schemes."
SEOUL, KOREA – Intel has joined the Alliance for Wireless Power (A4WP), a consortium founded by Qualcomm and Samsung, as the chip maker looks to bring wireless charging to tablets and laptops, according to PCWord.
CHENNAI, INDIA - WFT Cloud EducationⓇ, a leading IT training firm in India, today announced the launch of a free introductory training program on Cloud Computing and Virtualization Technologies. This program is targeted towards recent college graduates and IT professionals who are interested in exploring a career in the field of Cloud Computing
BUSAN, KOREA - ITU membership meeting in Busan, Republic of Korea for the Plenipotentiary Conference today passed an important resolution to improve global flight tracking for civil aviation. This follows the disappearance and loss of Flight MH370 in March 2014 with 239 people on board, which spurred worldwide discussions on global flight tracking and the need for coordinated action by ITU and other relevant organizations.
SEOUL, KOREA – Korea's petroleum exports last year broke the record and took the No. 1 position at US$56.2 billion, overtaking those for semiconductors ($54.0 billion). This is unusual given that Korea is a country that produces no oil of its own.
SEOUL, KOREA - Cha Medical Group reported that, at the 70th American Society for Reproductive Medicine annual meeting held at the Hawaii Convention Center, the second KY Cha Award in Stem Cell Technology was awarded to Carlos Simón Vallés, a professor of Obstetrics and Gynecology at the University of Valencia, Spain, and Stanford University.
A new report* by Ovum warns that although the economic downturn hasn't resulted in the downward pressure on telco top lines that many expected, revenue growth is in decline for many mature market operators, and slowing for those in emerging markets.
SEOUL, KOREA - GS Caltex has successfully developed the mass-production technology for biobutanol, a renewable fuel considered a clean fuel for the next generation. The company plans to begin mass-producing the fuel from 2016 after undergoing a pilot production program.
CAMBRIDGE, UK - A consortium of partners will launch the world's first flexible timer based on printed electronics at the IDTechEx Printed Electronics Europe event in Berlin, April 1-2. The device consists of an electronic logic circuit implemented with thin film metal oxide transistors, powered by a printed battery, and integrated onto a paper substrate. It has four timing sequences and is designed for multi-functional use across four different applications.
TEXAS, US - In today's inter-dependent IT environment, there are few things as complex as managing application availability and its correlated infrastructure -- physical and virtual servers, storage and databases. SolarWinds (NYSE: SWI), a leading provider of powerful and affordable IT management software, was built to enable IT Pros to solve complex IT problems and recognizes that top to bottom visibility into business -- critical applications and the related infrastructure helps IT organizations to better predict, prioritize and resolve issues before the end-user is affected.
SEOUL, KOREA – The Cloud Expo Korea 2013, an event that promotes the worldwide cloud industry, will be held at BEXCO, Busan, from June 27 through 29. A variety of conferences and exhibitions, designed to soup up cloud computing, are also in the wings.
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