By some time in 2014, or maybe before, you might be able to stroll into just about any store, collect items in your physical shopping cart, whip a smartphone out of your pocket, and slickly pay for everything simply by tapping your phone on an NFC (Near Field Communication) terminal.
BERLIN, GERMANY- LG Electronics (LG) is driving the evolution of technology and design in the exciting next generation TV market. At IFA 2013 in Berlin, LG is showcasing its comprehensive range of advanced TVs equipped with incredible picture quality, stunning design and innovative technologies.
SEOUL, KOREA – SK Planet, a wholly owned subsidiary of telecom operator SK telecom, said Monday that executives, in charge of finance and payment services, from Russia’s top three mobile carriers – MTS, Megafon and Beeline – paid a visit to SK Planet’s headquarters in Seoul.
Norristown, August 2010 - LCR Electronics, a leading manufacturer of EMI filters and electronic control products as well as high-end enclosures for military, telecom and commercial applications, now offers OEMs two electronic timers in an open board style that provide a classic or modern look to a major cooking appliance. The new EC113 and EC115 are inexpensive and easy for OEMs to install and are ideal for use in ovens, fryers, holding cabinets and cook and hold ovens found in the food service industry.
Utilizing an on-board potentiometer to replicate electromechanical timers, the compac
SEOUL, KOREA - Millennium Seoul Hilton’s international buffet restaurant, Orangerie, is showcasing the cuisine of the Philippines during the month of June. The buffet will feature traditional Filipino dishes created by Filipino Guest Chef Sau Del Rosario.
SEOUL, KOREA - The Coca-Cola Co. announced on December 24 that it will raise the average prices of some of its beverages, including Coca-Cola, by 6.5 percent, effective from the beginning of next year.
Seoul, Korea - The chief of SK Telecom, Ha Sung-min, held a press interview at the MWC in Barcelona, and emphasized that the LTE-based mobile environment will provide new opportunities to the telecommunication companies. He also pronounced that he will make more investment in LTE network to secure the industry leadership.
Intel is often seen as a bellwether for the technology industry, and particularly so as the world creeps out of the global recession. The world's largest semiconductor company touched bottom in the first quarter last year, but saw a signs of a recovery in the second quarter despite a $1.45 billion fine by the European Commision.
SEOUL, KOREA - LG Electronics plans to unveil its next strategic smartphone model G3 in June at the earliest.Inside the company, talks are underway to unveil G3 one or two months earlier than scheduled. An LG official said on April 17, “We decided to release the G3 earlier than scheduled but the exact date of release is still under discussion.”
CAMBRIDGE, UK - The worldwide interest in waste heat recovery continues to grow, with a wide range of applications ranging from small harvesters integrated into wireless sensor networks all the way to larger harvesters such as the ones that can potentially be integrated into cars.
SEOUL, KOREA – Samsung Electronics’ GFF (glass-film-film) TSP (touch screen panel) partners are seeking new opportunities in the mid- and large-sized TSP Market as Samsung Electronics has shifted from GFF TSPs, which were mainly used for mid-range smartphones, to G1F (Glass 1 Film) TSPs.
SEOUL, KOREA – Hancom Inc acquires Software Imaging Technology LTd., a leading British software company mainly engaged in the mobile printing. Software Imaging Technology is the world’s No. 1 in terms of global market share in the mobile printing sector.
SEOUL, KOREA - Korean Airlines said on June 5 that it would expand the flight schedule between Incheon and Jinan (China) to seven times a week from current four times a week (Tue., Wed., Fri., and Sat.) for the summer season of July and August.
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