MANILA, PHILIPPINES - With only a 5.55 millimeters thick waist line, ELIFE S5.5 ranks the world's slimmest smartphone right now. Equipped with the thinnest third generation Corning Gorilla Glass and a finely crafted metal frame, ELIFE S5.5 is quite the looker over its other siblings. And the fine handiwork on the phone housing gives even better feel in your hands .
SEOUL, KOREA - Hyundai Motor's exports of knock-down kits to Brazil are rising at a rapid pace. Ahead of the World Cup games in June this year, the local consumption has been revived and Hyundai is benefiting from this trend. The knock-down center in Ulsan owned by Hyundai Glovis, the shipping unit of the auto maker, has been busy loading the kits of late.
Since 2008, the world has been going through an unprecedented global economic and financial crisis; today, the global economy is showing signs of recovery and this is largely due to the close coordination and cooperation between the advanced and emerging economies through the G20 Summit process.
SEOUL, KOREA - Korea Railroad Corp. is reported to sell off Korail Airport Railroad Co., the operating company of a railway line that links Seoul train station with Gimpo Airport and Incheon International Airport, as a way to pay down the huge debt within the year's end. According to a news report by the local daily Hangyeore on February 13, the state-run railroad company had already submitted to the Ministry of Strategy & Finance a plan to normalize its operation that included the sell-off proposal.
SEOUL, KOREA - The most renowned U.S. consumer magazine Consumer Report said in its latest review that Optimus G Pro of LG Electronics is better and cheaper than Galaxy Note 2, the incumbent champion among large-screen smartphones.
SEOUL, KOREA - LG Displayposted profits in the first quarter of this year thanks to its cost saving efforts. The company has remained profitable for eight consecutive years.Despite a decline in sales and operating profit compared to a year ago, the company is viewed by many analysts as having performed relatively well, particularly considering the sluggish trend in the prices of LCD panels.
RICHMOND, ENGLAND-Peratech, the innovators in touch technology, has announced that Globalpower has taken a licence for Peratech's Quantum Tunnelling Composite technology. Its first product to feature QTC™ sensors is its new Touch 12V portable electric drill, which is launched today.
SEOUL, KOREA - KTH, a specialist in software development, announced on February 17 that it posted an operating profit of 2.2 billion won last year.This was the first time for KTH to achieve an annualized operating profit in four years. It suffered an operating loss of 7.4 billion won in 2012.
SEOUL, KOREA - LS Industrial Systems said on May 27 it has agreed on the 25th with Karim Aftan, the Iraqi Minister of Electricity, to widen the relationship in the areas of smart grid and solar power as well as in the areas such as the construction of power substations and power distribution control systems in which the company already engage in Iraq.
ROSH HA'AYIN, ISRAEL - DVB-ASI has been established as the robust Transport-Stream interface of choice for many years but now video over IP is becoming the new standard for video delivery. Replacing existing equipment with ASI interfaces is expensive hence VideoFlow is incorporating an ASI interface into its products using DekTec's DTA-2144 quad ASI interface card.
SEOUL, KOREA – With General Motors and Chrysler, the biggest automakers in the US, falling into bankruptcy, there is one auto parts maker emerging as a powerful force which has been seeing its business booming. That is SinterOn Co., Ltd.
SEOUL, KOREA - Korea Airlines said on May 15 it would resume the scheduled flights to Urumqi, the capital of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region in China, from the 28th. The airliner had begun the Incheon-Urumqi flight from 2004 during the peak season between May and October.
SEOUL, KOREA - According to the relevant industry on May 7th, SKC (represented by Park Jang-seok) signed an agreement with DONGJIN SEMICHEM, a local electronic materials maker, to work together to produce semiconductor materials.
MANILA, PHILIPPINES - MUSIC Group is the first company in the audio industry to have successfully implemented SAP's HANA "in-memory" processing technology to run all company transactions on RAM versus conventional hard disk. In comparison to traditional database technology, the company now runs transactions up to 4000 times faster and analytics can be performed in real-time.
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