ARMONK, NY , USA --- Today IBM formally unveiled the sixth annual “IBM 5 in 5"– a list of innovations that have the potential to change the way people work, live and interact during the next five years:
Citibank Korea and the Korea Small Business Institute (KOSBI) jointly held a course completion ceremony for the 4th Citi-KOSBI Women's Entrepreneurship Academy (WEA) on July 6, 2011 at Korea Federation of Small Business office in Yoido, Seoul.
SEOUL, KOREA – With the gross national products at a standstill, the aggregate savings rate has fallen to a record-low level. According to the Bank of Korea and the Korea Statistical Office on December 12, Korea's savings rate as of the third quarter in 2012 was 30.4 percent, lowest since the third quarter 1982 when the figure was 27.9 percent.
SEOUL, KOREA – Old smartphones are being discarded in huge quantities amid a flood of new products hitting the market. Some are reluctant to trade in their second-hand smartphones for fear of personal information leaks. Yet, as second-hand smartphones have recently been used as the key parts of various cutting-edge devices like robots, they have basked in renewed attention.
SEOUL,KOREA - On Wednesday, Prosecutor's Office Hi-tech Crime Investigation Department told that three employees working for an Israeli firm were indicted allegedly on charge of leaking core display technologies from Samsung and LG. And three other senior employees from its Korean branch were also summoned.
SEOUL, KOREA – Korea Electronics Association (KEA) holds “Strategic Technology Exchange Meeting” in Shenzhen, China on March 7, as part of efforts to bolster Korea-China cooperation. The meeting is sponsored by the Ministry of Knowledge Economy (MKE).
With the official opening of Kakao Page, a new monetized content platform optimized for mobile devices, scheduled for April 9, a plethora of content developers have bided their time waiting for the opportunity to become as successful as Anypang (South Korea's popular mobile-based, HEXA style puzzle game).
Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq:MU) today introduced the industry's smallest 128-gigabit (Gb) NAND flash memory device utilizing its award-winning 20-nanometer (nm) process technology. The new 128Gb device stores three bits of information per cell, called triple-level-cell (TLC), creating a highly compact storage solution.
SEOUL, KOREA – The Advisory Committee, which aims to collect expert opinions for the successful hosting of the 24th Global SW Contest Exhibit, was held on May 29th at Bankers Club of the Korea Federation of Banks Building.
Nitto Denko, a global leading Japanese company in the fields of adhesion and coating, was spotted at IMID 2010. Hideo Takasaki, senior corporate vice president, was present at the booth to interact with the visitors. Found in 1918, the 92-year-old firm started off as a company which makes adhesives. Their products today are the yolk to the Samsung and LG displays. Vice President Takasaki says the key to the growth of Nitto Denko is "flexibility" and "customization".
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