Milpitas, Ca - April 15, 2010 - Linear Technology Corporation announces the LT4180, a Virtual Remote SenseTM DC/DC controller that eliminates the remote sense wires required to compensate for the voltage drop in cables, wires and circuit board trace runs. Voltage drops in wiring and cables that cause load regulation errors are usually corrected by an additional set of sensing wires.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala., April 16, 2010 - Intergraph® CADWorx® 2010, the newest version of its plant design solution for smaller projects, is now compatible with AutoCAD 2011, the latest AutoCAD® release from Autodesk (NASDAQ GS: ADSK) to offer users the improved capabilities of both software editions.
We all remember what happened to one of the few biggest companies in the world a few months ago. It was all over the news media, and one of their top executives had to publicly bow and apologize following collective legal action from the affected customer.
S. Korea welcomes the idea for DPRK to participate in the next Security Summit if "substantive results" are achieved at the six-party nuclear disarmament talks. DPRK was not invited to attend the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington and President Lee encourages Pyongyang to return to the six-party talks. In doing so, the nuclear tension on the peninsula can slowly dissolve if DPRK displays a sincere and genuine commitment to return to the six-party talks this year or the following year.
Seoul, Korea - President Geunhye Park met the foreign businessmen in Korea on the 11th and assured them that her administration will overcome the North Koream risk and asked to keep investing in Korea.
A drop of water that sparkles in the sunshine makes you wish you could keep that beauty for a long time. That must be why diamonds are adored by women all around the world - it lets you keep the beauty that so often, like a water drop, disappears in a moment. Hence, diamond rings became a tool for promising endless love. Gold, too, is valued for its permanence.
BEIJING, CHINA - The Microsoft Asia-Pacific Research & Development Group (ARD) held its Open Day event today and shared its perspective on driving innovation, which includes tapping into technological mega-trends and establishing a strategic ecosystem of partnerships.
SEOUL, KOREA - LG Display has made a record-high performance, thanks to a rise in shipments to its major customer Apple Inc. and an increase in demand during the end-of-the-year shopping season. The company said on January 24 that its fourth quarter performance has been a sales revenue of 8,742.6 billion won and an operating income of 578.3 billion.
After Samsung Heavy Industries announced a large operating loss in the first quarter, Hyundai Heavy Industries followed suit in the second quarter with "earnings shock" level operating loss, leading analysts to believe the nation's major shipbuilders have fundamental problems in their competitive edge.
Computer maker MSI has been making strides in its all-in-one computer line lately, but the all-in-one systems it's just announced for CeBIT 2010 might just make the company a serious contender for entertainment and gaming fans.
SEOUL, KOREA – A small-sized Korean company will become the first Korean manufacturer to export satellite TV set-top boxes to the Republic of Angola. Korean set-top box maker Intek Digital said Wednesday it signed a contract to supply its HD set-top boxes to Angola’s largest satellite TV operator ZAP.
SEOUL, KOREA – When it comes to 3D printing technology, South Korea is still on four limbs compared to other developed nations. Not so many Korean companies hold 3D printing-related technologies and government policy support has been nonexistent.
SEOUL, KOREA - The share price of Daewoo International, Korea's largest general trading company and a subsidiary of POSCO, is on the rise on expectations that its performance would improve substantially after the successful gas production in Myanmar. At 9:05 am on July 22, the price of Daewoo International shares was 38,000 won, up 5.56 percent from the previous day's closing price of 36,000 won.
SEOUL, KOREA - Samsung is going to launch a Smart TV service team to create a new lucrative market. In order to overcome the profitability limit of the current TV market, the local electronics giant is planning to move into developing various new TV services by utilizing its global market share.
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