Articles about Korea
Samsung's design team has revealed that it went to back to the drawing board when it was looking at creating its latest smartphones, the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge.
Samsung plans to launch a fingerprint authentication mobile payment service in South Korea this month, with the aim to later expand it globally, the company has said.
The Samsung mobile boss has said that the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge will be its best-selling devices, ever.
LG Electronics' soon-to-be-unveiled G4 smartphone will be the first to use the company's new UX 4.0 software.
Samsung expects to continue to see earnings fall, estimating that its consolidated operating profit will decrease a further 30 percent to 5.9 trillion won in the first quarter.
After relying on ActiveX for almost two decades, the South Korean government has announced that it will be removing the framework, starting with the top 100 popular websites.
Rival South Korean tech giants Samsung and LG have signed an agreement to end all ongoing legal battles between each other.
Samsung's annual year-end financial report has revealed that rival Apple was one of the South Korean tech giant's top sources of revenue for 2014.
Weeks after announcing its plans to offer a taxi booking service, the South Korean IT company unveils its KakaoTaxi app and inks agreements with four drivers groups to encourage signups.
US data giant Oracle will hire around 100 sales staff and consultants working on cloud in South Korea and 1,000 in Asia, the regional manager of the firm's Korean branch has said.
South Korea has announced plans to foster the growth of IoT and its smart car industry, and will invest a total of 5.6 trillion won by 2020, with 1 trillion won allocated for this year.
Samsung SDS, the IT service provider of Samsung, has partnered up with Oracle to expand into global markets, their first target being China.
Samsung Electronics has applied for the trademark 'Galaxy H' in in its home country of South Korea, prompting speculation about a new mobile device product line.
In the most recent legal challenge to the ride-sharing app, Uber executives and employees have been charged by Seoul District Police for breaching the transportation laws of South Korea.
South Korea plans to invest $300 million this year in biotech, with the aim to become the producer of at least five global products by 2017.
The best of ZDNet, delivered
- 1 IBM’s Korean office shakes up workforce in difficult times
- 2 LG follows Samsung, forms US subsidiary to reduce "threat of patent trolls"
- 3 LG to launch new G3 handset in May, has aggressive global plans
- 4 Korean service provider LG CNS nabs global award for best data center design
- 5 Korea to invest $34m in mobile CPU core development