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Samsung, TeliaSonera discuss tie-up over IoT
Senior officials from TeliaSonera, the biggest telecommunications company in Scandinavia, have met Samsung Electronics executives to discuss collaboration in the development of the Internet of Things (IoT).

Nokia transforming itself to become innovative leader
Nokia, the Finnish technology giant, said it has been transforming itself continuously to become an innovative leader in the tech industry.

Website opens for budget phones

By Bahk Eun-ji 

The Korea Mobile Virtual Network Operators Association (KMVNO) said Thursday that it will start a Budget Phone Hub website, an online market for budget smartphones.

The KMVNO made that announcement as it held a m..

Schott seeking partners for supply of glass
Schott, a German special glass maker, said Thursday that it was in talks with major handset makers in China, the United States and Korea to supply its new cover glass for smartphones.

Spyware for teenagers
Lawmakers and the Korean Communications Commission have made the installation of a data-tracking application on the phones of those under 18 mandatory.

KT, TeliaSonera teaming up over IoT
KT is seeking to collaborate with TeliaSonera, the largest telecommunications company in Scandinavia, in the development of the Internet of Things (IoT) and fifth-generation (5G) technology.

SK Telecom rewarded for LTE-A service
SK Telecom said Thursday that it won the Most Innovative Telecom Project for commercialization of tri-band LTE-A at this year's awards for telecom companies in Asia.

International fusion reactor makes slow but steady progress
CADARACHE, France - The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) is one of the largest projects in history aimed at tackling the biggest assignment of all mankind - the shortage of energy.

'Safe, unlimited fusion energy crucial for mankind'
CADARACHE, France - The International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor (ITER) is a joint international project with the objectives of researching and developing fusion energy to tackle fossil fuel depletion with a reduced environmental impact.

Daum Kakao to acquire navigation app Kimgisa
Daum Kakao said Tuesday that it has decided to acquire Loc&All, a startup known for its major hit navigation app Kimgisa, which means Driver Kim in Korean.

LG chairman drives design initiatives
LG Group Chairman Koo Bon-moo asked his top lieutenants in group affiliates to invest more in design, Wednesday.

Samsung asks Modi for tax breaks
Samsung Electronics has asked Indian Prime Narendra Modi for tax exemptions on imported materials for smartphones and special customs treatment, in promising to make big investments, a senior Samsung executive said Wednesday.

YouTube sees 'tremendous' growth potential in Korea
YouTube, the global video-sharing giant, said Tuesday that it expects further growth in the Korean online video streaming market with the rapid growth of mobile users in Korea.

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