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Sat, June 3, 2023 | 06:47
High-performance game monitors become new foothold for Samsung, LG
Samsung Electronics and LG Electronics are expecting their game monitors with high-performance features could become a crucial source of income at a time when IT companies are struggling with sluggish demand for their products, according to industry officials and companies, Wednesday. “As the number of gamers is increasing fast, larger than that of films, demand for monitors ...
Lunar orbiter Danuri captures dark side of the moon
Danuri, Korea's first lunar orbiter, has succeeded in capturing photos of the dark side of the moon. The photos are part of scientific research to observe the moon from about 100 kilometers above its surface, according to the science ministry, Wednesday. This is the first time that the Korean spacecraft photographed craters, valleys, basins and other traces of the moon's dark...
Korea to launch 3rd Nuri space rocket on May 24
Korea will conduct the third launch of its locally developed Nuri space rocket on May 24 as part of the country's efforts to secure its own technology for putting satellites in orbit, the science ministry said Tuesday. The ministry said it held a meeting of the Nuri's launch management committee and decided to launch the next Nuri rocket from the Naro Space Center in Goheung,...
Philips Sonicare launches campaign for tooth, gum disease prevention
Philips Korea has proposed a new way of tooth brushing that takes more care of the gums in order to prevent tooth and gum diseases in a campaign jointly launched with the Korea Association for Oral Health, according to the company, Tuesday.
Samsung Display to provide OLEDs to Ferrari
Choi Joo-sun, right, CEO of Samsung Display, poses with Benedetto Vigna, CEO of Ferrari, after agreeing to provide OLED displays to the Italian supercar maker at Samsung's Asan Campus in South Chungcheong Province, Tuesday. Courtesy of Samsung Display
Samsung to recruit new trainees for software academy
Samsung Electronics will recruit new trainees for Samsung Software Academy for Youth (SSAFY), a training program for developers of operating systems that was launched to help boost the nation's IT industry, according to the company, Monday. The company said it will recruit new trainees for the 10th batch of SSAFY from April 24 to May 8, providing computer software education a...
Naver faces growing regulatory risks as its online dominance grows
The government and lawmakers are taking action to regulate Naver's monopolistic position, according to industry officials, Monday. The Fair Trade Commission (FTC) has been strengthening its guidelines for evaluating the monopolistic practices of internet platform companies like Naver since the beginning of the year.
Display expert wins ETRI Researcher of the Year award
Kang Chan-mo, a display researcher at the Electronics and Telecommunications Research Institute (ETRI), has won this year's ETRI Research of the Year award for his contribution to OLED research, the state-run IT research institute said Wednesday. ETRI said Kang, who has developed the key technology for OLED microdisplays, critical components for virtual reality and augmented ...
NCSOFT sues Kakao Games for alleged plagiarism
NCSOFT, a South Korean video game developer, has filed a lawsuit against the makers of the mobile role-playing game ArcheAge War, claiming that they infringed upon the copyright of its mobile game Lineage 2M, according to the company, Thursday.
Maum AI vows to expand business with language model
Maum AI, which recently changed its company name from Minds Lab, aims to expand its artificial intelligence (AI) business in Korea utilizing its large language model similar to that of ChatGPT, Yoo Tae-joon, CEO of Maum AI said during a conference in Seoul, Wednesday.
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