SEOUL, KOREA — Big data, the trend to larger data calls for additional information derived from the analysis of a single large set of related data, as contrast to separate smaller sets but with the same total data content.
SEOUL, KOREA – Cancer, the uncontrolled growth and proliferation of detrimental cells, is the leading cause of death worldwide. The WHO predicts that this will continue rising, with an estimated 13.1 million deaths in 2030. How can we overcome the most serious obstacle to good health and long life?
SEOUL, KOREA — “If the Korean government’s proactive wind power policies go hand in hand with drastic investment by relevant companies and efficient R&D projects, the wind power industry will create synergy with Korea’s world-class technologies related to shipbuilding, automobiles and the heavy industry.
SEOUL, KOREA – Over the course of the past few years, 3D movies have been rapidly gaining in popularity in the footsteps of blockbusters like Avatar. With Avatar setting box office records all over the world, 3D movies found themselves back in the spotlight. The number of movies produced in 3D is increasing to make the visual stimulation both spectacular and realistic.
SEOUL, KOREA — The 25th Information and Culture month falls in June. The Ministry of Public Administration and Security (MOPAS) of Korea and the National Information Society Agency (NIA) will jointly host a ceremony on June 4 to celebrate the 25th Information and Culture month.
SEOUL, KOREA – Yu-jin, a fifth grade elementary student never forgets to bring her tablet PC in her school bag; it is the most indispensable device she needs for school. The tablet PC serves as her textbook, notebook and organizer.
SEOUL, KOREA — Online and mobile communications technologies matured and pervaded in 2011, sparked revolutions, and gone were dictators who had held on for decades, as well as an indiscreet American politician named Wiener.
SEOUL, KOREA --- Despite the recent death of the former North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, private economic research institutes as well as the Bank of Korea are not planning to make any sudden modifications
SEOUL, KOREA --- There was a time when phones were just for calling people. Then they were for texting people and calling them. Now, they are for watching movies, listening to music, surfing the Internet, and occasionally calling people.
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