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Thu, February 9, 2023 | 05:25
Nexon unveils new baseball contents
Nexon, Korea’s largest game developer and publisher, unveiled Tuesday newly added content to one of its most ambitious and anticipated baseball games of the year.
Binge drinking culture changes toward tasting
Following increased awareness among the public about the benefits of living a healthy lifestyle, Korea’s infamous binge drinking is slowly but steadily changing toward consuming less alcohol while savoring flavor more.
Adobe unveils cloud service in Korea
Adobe Systems, one of the industries’s leading software providers, launched Monday the Creative Cloud, a cloud-based solution service for small and mid-sized enterprises in Korea
KT aims to be content distributor
Lee Suk-chae, CEO and chairman of local telecommunication behemoth KT, asked employees Friday to rally together to transform the company into a global content distributor. The KT boss said in an e-mail sent to the telecom’s 32,000 employees that his vision to turn the company into a seller of virtual goods, or online transacted content, was well received at last week’s Mobile...
Foreign biz leaders expect more inflammatory events
Foreign business leaders here said Friday they expect more provocations in the near future. However, they anticipated that the North’s increased rhetoric and the strengthened sanctions by the United Nation Security Council will have a limited impact on the South Korean economy.
Kakao Talk pays price of popularity
Kakao Talk is paying an unexpected price for becoming the nation’s most popular mobile messenger. To the dismay of Kakao, the company that manages the service, its messages are being used as police evidence.
Daewoo Electronics enters Japanese market
Daewoo Electronics, one of Korea’s leading household appliance makers, said Thursday that it’s making inroads into Japan as part of its global expansion strategies.
Builders fix eyes on Southeast Asia
Korean construction companies have shifted the focus of their overseas business to Southeast Asia from the Middle East following soaring demand for infrastructural construction.
Joyn fails to challenge Kakao, Line
Local mobile carriers SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus are pinning their hopes on their latest service Joyn as a new revenue line, but it is being marginalized by strong competition.
'Samsung drives up competition'
An executive of Intel, the world’s largest semiconductor maker by sales, said that Samsung’s emergence as a dominant player has helped the global technology industry spur innovation, citing the Korean giant as an outstanding competitor.
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