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Alongside its G4 and G Flex 2 smartphones, LG is preparing to launch a 'super' phone in the second half of 2015, according to mobile boss Juno Cho.
As the parade of new devices from MWC marches past, for the South Korean juggernaut, this week will be more important than most.
For the first time since the global financial crisis, Samsung will freeze the wages of its employees as it gears up to face tougher competition across the globe.
Samsung has announced that it has begun production of its new Universal Flash Storage chips, which the company claims have a random reading speed up to 28 times faster than external memory cards.
Businesses in Asia-Pacific look to IT security to gain better control as well as support increasing focus on mobile and application development, reveals a new study.
SK Telecom has won its patent lawsuit against Viber after a South Korean court ruled the latter infringed on four patents held by the mobile operator.
Images leaked to ZDNet Korea show what could be the next Samsung Galaxy flagship S6 and Galaxy Edge handsets.
Thinner electronics will be available from the South Korean giant after it started producing its embedded package-on-package memory for smartphones.
LG Electronics saw its profit rise 46.4 percent for 2014 thanks to improvements in its handset and TV business during the year.
Samsung execs talk about what the company has planned for 2015 as it gears up to prepare for what may be its toughest time in recent years.
Over the course of 2014, Samsung's mobile and IT division has seen its yearly operating profits fall by over 40 percent compared to 2013, dragging the rest of the company's yearly profit down by nearly one third.
Even the hermit kingdom seems to acknowledge the potential of the Internet of Things.
Taxi service Uber is quickly being embroiled in legal limbo in South Korea as the state and city government have both filed criminal suits against the company for breaking local laws.
South Korea is planning to invest $75 million in titanium that may have a wide application in aerospace and medical sectors, as well as other new materials.
Backed by the local government and led by electronics makers Samsung and LG, South Korea has been notching up expansions in the emerging Internet of Things. But despite being a industrial titan, it lacks a key competence in a crucial area: Sensors.
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