ESA January 12, 207/ Korea IT Times--ESA astronaut Thomas Pesquet is set for his first spacewalk, on Friday 13 January. Together with NASA astronaut Shane Kimbrough, he will exit the International Space Station at 12:05 GMT (13:05 CET) to complete a battery upgrade to the outpost’s power system.
RIDGEFIELD PARK, N.J. January 7, 2017/ Korea IT Times – Samsung Electronics today announced that it has won more than 120 awards at the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show (CES), and continues to receive recognition in categories spanning the home entertainment, home appliance and mobile categories.
LAS VEGAS, U.S. January7, 2017/ Korea IT Times – Samsung Electronics has announced the expansion of iOS compatibility across the latest Gear family of devices including the Gear S3, Gear S2 and Gear Fit2.
According to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) of USA on December 15, Scientists at the NIST have developed a new device that measures the motion of super-tiny particles traversing distances almost unimaginably small—shorter than the diameter of a hydrogen atom, or less than one-millionth the width of a human hair.
ESA, December 20,2016/ Korea IT Times-- This gorgeous image shows this month’s full Moon, also known as a ‘Cold Moon’, seeming to hover above a set of satellite tracking dishes on the campus of the Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aerospacial (INTA),
The row about so-called data snooping continues to rage in the UK and the United States after it was revealed that British police made a total of 733,237 requests to mobile carriers to access communications data in the last three y
Communications giant Skype has received a court summons in Belgium after it refused to hand over customer data as part of a police investigation in the Mechelen, a town to the north of the capital Brussels.
A former UK government strategy chief has alleged that Microsoft executives have telephoned British members of parliament (MPs) to threaten the government with research and development (R&D) facility closures that could result in job
The international media has taken another swipe at Korea’s fledgling startup (small- and medium-sized enterprises) sector, in the shape of a report by media outlet Forbes, who published an article claiming that Korea’s star
Canadian mobile handset giant BlackBerry has reported it will lay off an as-yet unspecified number of workers in offices around the world, continuing a remarkable fall for a company that once led the field in smartphone technology.
American worldwide online payments system operator PayPal has landed in hot water with the United States’ Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) for illegally signing up consumers to its online credit service, PayPal Credit.