Seoul Korea - SK Telecom announced on December 15 that it will commercialize LTE roaming through collaboration with China Unicom and plans to provide ultra-high-speed LTE data roaming service throughout the entire regions of China from December
Seoul Korea - The powertrain mounted on Hyundai Motor’s hydro fuel cell car Tucson won the top-ten engine award in North America.Hyundai Motor revealed on December 11 that the powertrain of the hydro fuel cell car Tucson was selected as the top-ten engine
Seoul Korea - The sales of sport sutility vehicles (SUV) reached an all-time high in the January-November period of this year, passing the 300,000 mark.The SUV sales of Korea’s five major car makers totaled 300,475 units in the first eleven mon
Seoul Korea - LG Electronics announced on December 7 that its strategic smartphone G3 acquired the U.S.National Security Agency’s NIAP (National Information Assurance Partnership) security certification.
Less than a decade ago, few expected that smart phones would someday become indispensable to our daily lives. However, today, smart phones have entrenched themselves as the paradigm of this smart technology era by inextricably interweaving with our daily lives in tandem with the transitions from fixed-line phones to cordless telephones and from mobile phones to smart phones.
Support for Windows XP has now ended as Microsoft said it would no longer support Windows XP after April 8, 2014. Since the announcement of Microsoft’s 8 April support deadline, numerous media outlets and computer experts have talked about potential risks arising from a post-XP support world and advised Windows XP users to upgrade to latest versions.
President Park Geun-hye of Republic of Korea and Vietnam’s top leaders, including President Truong Tan Sang and Prime Minister Nguyen Tan Dung, recently had discussions regarding the economic cooperation between two countries, particularly measures how to bolster future economic ties. Currently, Vietnam has huge potential in developing further both within its own country and internationally.
SEOUL, KOREA - While being green and environmentally friendly have been catch phrases for quite a while, Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KEITI) has been taking real steps to make Korea a place that not only supports environmental behavior but also allows businesses to thrive under those conditions. In a discussion with Korea IT Times, KEITI President
Back in 1981, KAIST (Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology) became the first to purchase an electron microscope in Korea. At that time, companies had no official channels to use the electron microscope, so they had to ask a favor of their acquaintances or buy college students lunch to get their hands on the electron microscope.
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