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Uber strengthens taxi app services in Asia
Uber Technologies is strengthening its application services that connect potential passengers with participating drivers in Asia, the U.S. smartphone application company said Thursday.

SDI aims to lead in energy solutions
Samsung SDI aims to become a leading supplier in materials and energy solutions by realigning its structure according to its target segments.

Samsung, LG to miss IFA press conference
BELEK, Turkey - Samsung and LG Electronics, the world's top two biggest TV manufacturers, will not show up at this year's annual IFA global press conference (GPC) event, according to company officials, Thursday.

Foreign firms may buy Pantech, Dongbu HiTek
Experts are worried that Korea could lose its tight grip on the mobile phone and semiconductor industries because foreign companies are planning to purchase stakes in leading domestic technology firms.

LG claims lead in UHD, 3D displays
The outlook for the global display panel industry is mixed because the demand for large-sized TVs is on a decline, hit by the rise in smartphones and tablets. But LG Display has something to say about that.

Samsung eyes post-Google era
SUWON - A Samsung executive said Tuesday the firm will continue investing in its own operating system for smartphones, called Tizen, in a bid to prepare for a post-Google era.

Samsung opens 'innovation museum'
SUWON - Samsung Electronics said Monday that it will open the Samsung Innovation Museum (SIM) at its headquarters in Suwon, Gyeonggi Province, on Thursday.

LG CNS to focus on 'cloud computing'
LG CNS said Thursday that it will raise its stakes in cloud computing and big data.

'No merger of Samsung's building units'
A senior Samsung Group executive said Wednesday the group has no plan to combine its construction and engineering units.

'Circuit breaker' system eyed for telecom firms
The countrys top telecom regulator said Wednesday a circuit breaker system will be introduced next month to stop mobile carriers from offering too much subsidy.

Korea - hackers' safe haven
Around 35 million of Koreas population of 52 million population use mobile devices.

KT secures $1 billion abroad
KT, the nations telecommunication giant, said Tuesday that it has issued a total of $1 billion in bonds to overseas investors.

Solid S5 sales to bolster Samsung
Samsung Electronics is expected to see a better-than-expected earnings in the second quarter as its flagship smartphone - the Galaxy S5 - has beaten market expectations.

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