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SurveyMonkey starts Korean service
SurveyMonkey, the biggest online survey tool provider in the world, has officially launched a Korean service. The company believes the market prospect is bright in a nation that has diverse Internet services.
Sales of Galaxy S series surpasses 30 million
Securing their position as the premium brand in the international market some 30 million Galaxy S and Galaxy S2 mobile handsets roam the globe.
LED technology lights up the dark
For a long, long time in history, people used fire for light and extending the period of daily activity even after it got dark. The greatest innovations in lighting technology came only recently, with Edison inventing the incandescent light bulb in 1879 and the birth of fluorescent light in 1938.
Microsoft, KT launch smart work solution
KT and Microsoft Korea launched Olleh Office 365, a smart work solution based on cloud computing. The service targets the needs of small- and medium-sized businesses that find it burdensome to set up IT infrastructures or buy software to create a smart work environment.
Carriers keep pressing mVoIP over LTE
Mobile carriers are continuing restrictions on mobile Internet phones despite the introduction of fourth-generation (4G) long-term evolution (LTE) services. They say that mobile Internet phones should be restricted due to the burden they put on the network. This doesn’t stop consumers from complaining that carriers are depriving users of choices despite expensive rates.
Busan to host ITU conference in 2014
Busan will host the International Telecommunications Union (ITU) Plenipotentiary Conference in 2014.
SK Planet unveils global ambitions
SK Planet, the mobile platform unit of SK Telecom, the country’s largest wireless carrier, is aiming for 3.5 trillion won in sales by 2016, when its market value will exceed 5 trillion won. Much of the growth will come from business in overseas markets, according to the company’s chief executive officer, who has displayed an appetite for merger and acquisition (M&A) opportuni...
Single men prefer teachers as spouses
If you think doctors and lawyers are the most sought-after jobs as future brides, you would be wrong. The correct answer is teachers, symbols of stable occupations subject to less stress than doctors and lawyers.
SK, SNU to set up RandD venture
SK Telecom announced that it would set up a joint venture with Seoul National University Hospital (SNUH) to develop future healthcare convergence technology and services.
Shift to soft power from hardware industry
Google’s acquisition of Motorola Mobility and HP’s separation with its PC business are symbolic events representing the shift to software in the IT industry.
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