Articles about Korea
LG CNS, the IT service provider subsidiary of LG Group, became the first Korean company to collect an international award for its global data center, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
The Korean government has developed a security chip to protect smartphones from hacking reports ZDNet Korea's Park Soo-hyung.
Samsung Electronics’ triple-level cell (TLC) NAND flash memory chips are being received well in the market, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
LG Electronics will invite Korean media on May 28 for a firsthand look at its latest handset the G3 as part of its global unveiling plan, reports ZDNet Korea's By Kim Tae-jung.
CEO Lee Jun-woo says Pantech, Korea’s third-largest smartphone maker, is close to gaining a 15 percent local market share, reports ZDNet Korea's Kim Tae-jung.
Samsung Electronics' soon-to-be-launched Galaxy S5 Prime, a premium version of its flagship phone, will support download speeds up to 225 megabyte per second (Mbps) in Korea, reports ZDNet Korea's Park Soo-hyung.
Korea is way behind in software compared to other advanced economies, but local business Rsupport plans to buck this trend, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
LG Display, the display panel affiliate of LG Group, has formed a subsidiary with the sole purpose of managing its patents in the United States, reports ZDNet Korea's Jeong Hyeon-jeong.
Samsung Group may file lawsuits against media outlets that report incorrectly on its chairman Lee Kun-hee’s current health status, reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Samsung Electronics signed an agreement with Swiss chip producer STMicroelectronics to apply the latter’s FD-SOI (fully depleted silicon on insulator) technology for 28-nanometer processes in its foundry business reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
Samsung Electronics will launch new tablets with active matrix organic light emitting (AMOLED) displays at a New York event in June reports ZDNet Korea's Cho Mu-hyun.
If you thought eye and fingerprint recognition technologies were cool, Korean mobile software company CrucialTec has a surprise for you: “vein recognition", reports ZDNet Korea's Jeong Hyeon-jeong.
After years of denying responsibility, Korean smartphone giant now promises to offer adequate compensation for employees who died of or developed leukemia from working at the company's semiconductor plants.
The Korean government plans to invest 35 billion won ($34.26 million) in the next five years for the development of Korean-made mobile central processing unit (CPU) cores to remain competitive in the global semiconductor industry reports ZDNet Korea's Jeong Hyeon-jeong.