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Blizzard CEO to inspect Korean market
Blizzard Entertainment, a major game developer and publisher, said that its CEO Michael Morhaime will inspect the companys business here during his stay to Aug. 23.

LS Cable wins $100 million contract in Norway
LS Cable, the world's third-largest cable manufacturer, signed a long-term agreement to supply cable to Aker Solutions of Norway, the company announced Tuesday.

Samsung to tackle Apple head-on in mobile market
Samsung Electronics missed its target revenue for its mobile phone division for the second quarter owing in part to the Galaxy S5s disappointing performance.

Chinese budget smartphones making inroads
Chinese smartphones are making aggressive inroads into the Korean market. Xiaomi Tech, one of the biggest mobile manufacturers in China, is considered a strong upcoming brand in Korea.

Website operators can no longer store ID numbers
Website operators will be banned from keeping resident registration numbers in their servers from this week as a two-year grace period expired Sunday, the Korea Communications Commission (KCC) said.

IBM Korea restructuring operation
International Business Machines (IBM) Korea is launching another round of restructuring to counter steep drops in profits, officials said Monday.

Samsung plans plant in Indonesia
Samsung Electronics plans to build a mobile phone plant in Indonesia.

SK Telecom to provide new email service to NPS
SK Telecom will provide a new email service for the National Pension Service (NPS) as early as November to legally authorize the sending and receiving of electronic mails, thus preventing the leaks of private data.

KT to provide ultra-fast Internet service
KT plans to provide advanced, ultra-fast Giga wireless Internet service across the nation starting late this year, the telecom company said Sunday.

Samsung to establish energy JV in China
Samsung SDI, the battery-making affiliate of Samsung, said Sunday that it had agreed with China's Sungrow Power Supply to establish a joint venture to produce energy storage systems (ESS) there.

Samsung, MS head for settlement
Samsung Electronics and Microsoft have recently restarted discussions to reach an amicable end to the recent patent dispute.

Samsung acquires US smart home platform firm
Samsung Electronics took over SmartThings, a home automation technology development firm based in Washington D.C., in a deal to strengthen its capability in the Internet of Things (IoT) sector.

How to transform today's information security programs
Information security today can be likened to a classic American sandwich - the BLT.

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