Ovum's research shows that there is currently little integration between the services available for the different users' profiles. Most companies struggle with separate fixed and mobile devices, independent infrastructures and separate voice-mail systems. However, these companies want more integration of their mobility services to support the growing mobile workforce with better productivity, simplified management and save cost through an integrated approach.
The Saemangeum Gunsan Free Economic Zone (SGFEZ) Authority plans to go all-out to develop Saemangeum into the world's strongest green growth base and stronghold of international business, a top official of the authority said.
Vodafone, Telefonica, Verizon Wireless, ORANGE, NTTdocomo, Nokia, and Ericsson all mounted KOTRA's glowing chariot to meet the Korean mobile telecommunication companies from November 10-12 at the COEX Intercontinental Hotel. Here, about 110 mobile telecommunication companies gathered from all around the world to do business and make business.
New products have Janus characteristics. They come into the world with many merits, but at the same time troubles are unavoidable. Certainly there should be no one who didn't experience any trouble with computers, the leading product of IT age.
Two heavy weight fighters are finally at one another. Viacom, the owner of Paramount Pictures and cable-TV networks including MTV and Comedy Central, filed a lawsuit against YouTube, now owned by Google, in 2007. The lawsuit was filed in the Southern District Court of New York for "massive intentional copyright infringement." Both sides have kept thems
Spring is upon us, the weather in "The Land of the Morning Calm' is progressively getting warmer and a relaxing holiday might be a good way to shack-off the winter blues. However, there is a problem? The problem is watching reruns of your favourite TV shows, playing Hearts and watching movies can only keep you entertained for a little while.
Monday, November 30th, was the 46th Trade Day in Korea. The Trade Day event was held as a celebration for reaching 9th place in total exports in the world for the first time. For this remarkable celebration, Lee Myung-bak, president of South Korea; Choi Kyung-hwan, Minister of Knowledge Economy; and more than 1,000 representatives and workers of trade enterprises and the government participated. It is noticeable to see a country to be included among the world's top ten, even at a time when global economic crisis has significantly deteriorated exports.
DEVENS, MA - American Superconductor Corporation (NASDAQ: AMSC), a global power technologies company, today announced that it has received a follow-on order for 30 sets of electrical control systems from Hyundai Heavy Industries Co., Ltd. (Korean Stock Exchange: HHI) for its 1.65 megawatt (MW) wind turbines now in production in South Korea. AMSC also has received an electrical control systems order for HHI's 2 MW wind turbine prototypes.
Throughout the world, the current key topic is 'green' therefore; there is urgency for each country to play a role for global green growth innovation. Once South Korea made its declaration of low-carbon green growth as a national vision, they have been making great efforts to create synergy and success.
June 23 marked the day when the whole world found out how advanced Korea's IT was. The Korean government had the honor of winning the 'Global e-Government System 2010' award at the 2010 United Nations Public Service Day, which was held at the AXA Convention Center in Barcelona, Spain for 3 days.
Blizzard has announced a $99.99 Collector's Edition for StarCraft II: Wings of Liberty, packing goodies including a 176-page art book, a 'Thor' unit pet for World of Warcraft and the original StarCraft plus expansion on a USB thumb drive shaped like protagonist Jim Raynor's dog tag.
Ms. October needs to visit her nephew's wedding 3000 kilometers away from where she lives. She packs a huge suitcase, then heads out the door seven hours before the train departure in aspiration to find an available ticket at the train station. As soon as she arrives at the train station, she stands in line for an hour to purchase a one-way ticket. Then she waits five hours sitting on her suitcase on the ground until the diesel train arrives at the platform. She finds a window without bars, pushes her suitcase in, and grabs a seat in a general compartment section.
S. Korea is one of a few nations who has skillfully ridden out of a global economic crisis, and has seen a faster-than-expected economic recovery. Financial uncertainties in Europe, however, have started to weigh on the Korean economy.
Amidst the loud noises and bustling crowds, the World IT Show 2010 had a lot to offer. From electronic shelf labels to NCCM programs to iPhone applications; it was certainly a 21st century digital age extravaganza which would remind one of the song 'Video Killed the Radio Star' by the British group The Buggles.
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