SEOUL, KOREA- Line Corp., formerly NHN Japan, the company operating the global mobile messaging and VoIP application "Line," is set to list its shares on a Japanese stock exchange by next year. According to local media reports including that of Nikkei on October 25, Line Corp. plans to make an IPO on the Tokyo Stock Exchange in the summer of 2014. Line Corp. is a subsidiary of Naver, Korea's largest online portal, and is in control of mobile messenger service Line.
SEOUL, KOREA – Smart TV operators, who opted for open-source HTML5 in order to avoid dependence on Google, have bumped into an obstacle - YouTube. As Google requires HTML5-based smart TV operators to go through “browser conformity tests” before they use the YouTube app, smart TV operators argue that their autonomy in designing app layouts and deciding launch dates are being violated.
SEOUL, KOREA - Hankook Tire is going ahead with the expansion plan of its plant in Racalmas, Hungary, committing 313 million euros (US$405 million) over two years to boost capacity for car and light truck tires by 42 percent.
SEOUL, KOREA - Hyundai Mobis jumped two spots to No. 6 in the global autoparts supplier ranking. Including Hyundai Mobis, there are a total of six Korean autoparts suppliers included in the global top 100.
CAPE TOWN, Dec. 6, 2013 — LG Electronics (LG) showed its support for local non-profit cooking school, Infinity Culinary Training, at the LG Home Chef Championship (LG-HCC) 2013 Global Masters Competition in Cape Town, South Africa. LG and this year’s championship finalists spent time with the school’s young students, sharing their knowledge, experiences and passion for food.
안녕하십니까? 한국정보통신설비학회는 정보통신 시설 및 설비에 대한 대학, 연구기관, 공공기관, 산업체 등의 관련 연구자들의 연구 활동을 통하여 학문적, 이론적, 체계 확립과 구현기술의 보편화를 이룩하여 한국의 정보통신산업의 발전에 기여하고, 회원 상호간 학문적 발전의 도모를 목적으로 하는 국내외 유일한 실무중심 학회로서, 2001년 창설 이래 10여년간 한국 정보통신산업의 발전과 스마트 코리아 기반 구축을 위한 노력과 역할을 충실히 수행하여 왔습니다.
SEOUL, KOREA - NHN, the Korean company that operates the nation’s most successful search engine portal Naver, plans to establish a new mobile-dedicated business unit as part of its effort to better cope with the fast-changing mobile market.
BOSTON, US - Spending on smart home systems and services in the US will hit $18 billion in 2014 and more than double to $39 billion by 2019 according to Strategy Analytics' Smart Home Strategies latest forecast.
SINGAPORE - RS Components (RS), the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE:ECM), the world's leading high service distributor of electronics and maintenance products, has added two wireless connectivity options to its growing portfolio of products based on the Raspberry Pi computer. The new modules are built using Wi-Fi and low power radio technology respectively and deliver wireless interface capability for applications requiring low cost, low power, small form factor solutions, such as mobile devices.
Minnesota, USA –December 13, 2011 – For centuries, the use of censorship was as natural as breathing; although there is not a significant amount of censorship in the U.S. –at least when it comes to adult viewing materials –, it is still a tremendous issue.
SEOUL, KOREA - It has been reported that the net profit growth rate of three major local telecommunications companies made here in the domestic market was greater than that of the two giant exporters of Samsung and LG made in foreign markets.
For repairing window frames or filling the connection between insulation panels, all Korean companies formerly imported polyurethane form from European companies until the mid-1990s since no Korean company had the appropriate technology to produce them.
SEOUL, KOREA - Korean Re, Korea's only reinsurance company, is expanding in the overseas market rapidly through its Singapore office. Reinsurance is insurance that is purchased by an insurance company from one or more other insurance companies as a means of risk management. In a market dominated by giants like Munich Re and Swiss Re, Korean Re is ranked No. 9 in terms of assumed reinsurance volume.
SEOUL, KOREA — Ministry of Health and Welfare and Korea Food and Drug Administration decided that they would carry out a pilot program of co-indicating the sell-by date and use-by date of processed food at the ministerial meeting on price control that was held on 29 and would begin the preparation for the pilot program from this coming April. This program is a follow-up action after the “improvement plan for the indication of the expiration date for processed food” announced through the ministerial meeting on price control that was held in last Aug.