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Reporter : Baek Byung-yeul
Thu, June 1, 2023 | 10:37
Samsung faces tough legal battle against Netlist
Samsung Electronics is facing a tough legal battle in the United States as it has been ordered by a jury to pay over $303 million to U.S. memory module company Netlist for infringing five patents. Given the Korean tech giant's first-quarter earnings were hit by a downturn in the global chip industry, the patent dispute compounds problems for the company, according to industry...
Samsung celebrates Earth Day
Samsung Electronics conducted various eco-friendly campaigns around the world to raise awareness of the importance of environmental protection on the occasion of April 22 Earth Day, according to the company Sunday.
Korea puts Japan back on export whitelist
The government will put Japan back on its official export whitelist from today, which will enable the neighboring country to benefit from simplified export procedures, the trade ministry said, Friday. The move comes more than three years and seven months after Japan was removed from the whitelist in response its unilateral imposition of export restrictions on Korea in August ...
Korea to invest $15 bil. in EV batteries by 2030
Korea will invest 20 trillion won ($15.1 billion) in the electric vehicle (EV) battery industry by 2030 to turn it into a key component of the country's national security and strategic assets, along with semiconductors, and to secure a significant lead over rivals, President Yoon Suk Yeol said Thursday. Yoon made the comments while presiding over a national strategy meeting o...
Hyundai Motor Group to make lunar roving vehicle
Hyundai Motor Group is extending its scope of business to space by developing lunar roving vehicles, according to the automotive giant, Thursday.
SK hynix develops industry's 1st 12-layer HBM3 DRAM
SK hynix successfully developed the industry's first 12-layer stacked high bandwidth memory (HBM3) chip, aiming to overcome the low demand for semiconductor products with its advanced technology, according to the memory chipmaker, Thursday.
Greenpeace urges Samsung, SK to increase greenhouse gas reduction efforts
Greenpeace urged Samsung Electronics, SK hynix and other semiconductor companies based in East Asia to increase their efforts concerning the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.
Korea to step up inspections of seafood imports ahead of Fukushima water release
The government will conduct special inspections of the country of origin of imported seafood products for two months amid mounting public concerns over the discharge of radioactive water from Japan's Fukushima nuclear ...
Hugel fails to get FDA approval for botulinum product
Hugel, a local botulinum toxin (Botox or BTX) maker, is facing a setback in its attempt to enter the Botox market in the United States as the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) rejected the documents and data to license the BTX for use, according to industry officials Wednesday.
Korean IT companies throw spotlight on AI, robotics at World IT Show
Samsung Electronics, LG Electronics, SK Telecom, KT and other Korean IT companies are exhibiting their new technologies and products focusing on emerging technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), extended reality (XR), robotics and gadget connectivity at this year's World IT Show (WIS), according to the companies, Wednesday.
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