BEIJING, CHINA - Witnessing the very first Korean Pavilion at the INT’L SOFT China 2013, Korea IT Times took a little survey with the major software companies at the exhibition to learn their recognition of Korean industry.
BEIJING, CHINA - INT’L SOFT CHINA 2013, China’s largest exhibition in the software and ICT industry kicked off on May 30th in Beijing, China. In order to expand software business dealings with China, 20 representative companies from Korea participated in this year’s exhibition.
BEIJING, CHINA – Yang Xue-shan, vice minister of China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, visited the Korean software pavilion in INT’L SOFT CHINA 2013 in Beijing, China on May 31st. Song Hye-ja, CEO of Wooam, a Korean software company, introduced its flagship service and products to Chinese government officials.
SEOUL, KOREA – Co-hosted by K. Fairs Limited and EMDD, Security Korea 2013 (from May 21 through 24) opened on Tuesday at the COEX Convention Center, in southeastern Seoul. Security Korea 2013 features 300 booths set up by 120companies from seven nations.
SEOUL, KOREA – Kakao, the developer of KakaoTalk (a multi-platform texting app), has joined the competition for smartphone launchers. Kakao said Monday that it has launched Kakao Home, a launcher for Android-based smartphones.
Seoul, Korea -Raccoon Soft announced on the 8th that it is introducing its newly developed social network game, My School. The new social network game is developed for multiple platforms, including smartphones, smartpads and PCs, to approach the consumers on various network environments in and outside Korea.
SEOUL, KOREA – AUTOSAR (AUTomotive Open System ARchitecture) is dealing a blow to some parts suppliers to Hyundai and Kia. As Hyundai and Kia have decided to introduce AUTOSAR (an open and standardized automotive software architecture, jointly developed by automobile manufacturers, suppliers and tool developers), domestic parts suppliers that are not ready for AUTOSAR are likely to fold.
SEOUL, KOREA – Hancom, an office suite developer in S. Korea, said Tuesday it has joined hands with Japanese IT service provider Genech IT Solutions Corp. to supply cloud office solution “Thinkfree Server for Zimbra” to the Japanese market.
SEOUL, KOREA – The number of malicious codes found in smartphones spiked 17-fold year-on-year in the first quarter of this year. According to AhnLab (a security software provider in South Korea), the number of malicious codes that attempted to attack Android-based smartphones in the January-March period stood at 206,628,
SEOUL, KOREA – The spread of smartphones has made a huge dent in PC-based access to websites. According to Nielsen KoreanClick, Korea’s major online portals, like Naver, Daum and Nate, have experienced steep falls in the number of UVs (Unique Visitor) and PVs (page view) and the average visit duration since the emergence of mobile web services and mobile-only apps.
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