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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.
Lee Don-tae, former co-president of UK design consulting firm Tangerine, founded by Apple's Jony Ive, has been hired by Samsung Electronics as its new head of global design.
Samsung is meeting increasing high-quality graphics DRAM demand with what it claims is the world's first 8-gigabit graphics DRAM.
Daum Kakao is launching a car service app with a difference: Only drivers with taxi licences need apply.
Pyongyang has again denied its involvement with the hacking of Sony Pictures, and said that new sanctions would only strengthen its military-first policy.
The United States has imposed financial sanctions on North Korea and several senior government officials in retaliation for an attack on Hollywood studio Sony Pictures.
A Tizen-powered smart TV is set to be unveiled at CES next week by Samsung.
South Korean tech giant LG Electronics is expected to have hard time next year due to strong competition in the premium smartphone market.
Pyongyang dismisses allegations it breached the system of South Korean nuclear power operator, Korea Hydro & Nuclear Power, which saw a spate of cyberattacks over the past week.
The Sony Pictures Entertainment hack is certainly a custard duck of fabulous proportions, but it ain't no cyberwar -- and the media should know this by now.
US officials have reportedly said that the Sony hack attack was launched from inside North Korea via servers in Taiwan.
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