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Australia and New Zealand rental electric scooter operator Neuron Mobility has further expanded globally with the launch of a fleet of its safety-first e-scooters in the Korean capital of Seoul.

Published in Mobility

Global data centre provider Digital Realty has acquired land in the South Korean capital of Seoul for the development of a new, carrier-neutral data centre facility.

Published in Data Centres

Samsung chief executive D.J. Koh has admitted that he is to blame for the debacle of the folding smartphone Galaxy Fold, telling a media group in Seoul that he had pushed the project through.

Published in Mobility

Sydney is one of a number of artificial intelligence "experience zones" established across the Asia Pacific and Japan region by Dell EMC, in partnership with Intel, as part of a move to accelerate AI adoption across the region.

Published in Strategy

South Korea's SK Telecom says it will launch 5G services on Friday, with competitors KT and LG Uplus expected to also get on-board the same day.

Published in Mobility
Sunday, 05 August 2018 05:56

South Korea plans to tax tech multinationals

South Korea intends to tax Amazon, Google, Apple and other multinational technology companies, as these enterprises earn billions of dollars within the country and pay no taxes under existing rules.

Published in Government Tech Policy
Friday, 25 August 2017 16:47

Samsung heir sentenced to five years in prison

Samsung heir Lee Jae-yong has been sentenced to five years in prison for bribery, embezzlement and other charges.

Published in Deals

ANALYSIS Samsung has two important dates this week which will bring either joy or sorrow to the company. The Galaxy Note 8 is slated for launch in New York on Wednesday, a device that the company hopes will erase the memories of the Note7 which turned into a fiasco last year.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 08 August 2017 09:11

Prosecution seeks 12-year term for Samsung chief

Prosecutors in the trial of Samsung Group's de facto leader Lee Jae-yong have demanded that he be jailed for 12 years for his alleged links to a corruption scandal that led to the ouster of South Korea's former president Park Geun-hye.

Published in Deals

NBN Co, the builder of the national broadband network, has moved to defend the higher costs of deploying fibre-to-the-premises in Australia and “set the record straight” on recent media claims about the local cost of FttP compared to other operators around the world.

Published in Telecoms & NBN

Samsung Group heir Lee Jae-yong has told the Seoul Central District Court that he is innocent of bribery and other criminal charges levelled against him by special prosecutors, at his first court hearing on Thursday.

Published in Deals
Friday, 17 February 2017 09:56

Samsung heir arrested over bribery allegations

Samsung Group heir Lee Jae-yong has been formally arrested on charges of bribery in connection with an influence-peddling scandal that has led to a vote for impeachment of the country's president, Park Geun-hye.

Published in Deals

South Korea has announced that it will increase the safety requirements for lithium-ion batteries in the wake of the Samsung Galaxy Note7 incidents.

Published in Mobility

Despite its claims of testing more than 200,000 Galaxy Note7 devices, 30,000 batteries and using people from its own units and two other outfits, in the end Samsung Electronics still does not know the "root cause" of the issues it faced.

Published in Open Sauce

Samsung's official investigation into its Galaxy Note7 device, which began to explode and catch fire a month after release, has found that it was due to the irregular size of some batteries while others had manufacturing defects, the Wall Street Journal reported today.

Published in Mobility

More than three months after it was forced to pull the Galaxy Note7 from production, Samsung Electronics has finally given an indication of when it will make an official statement about the fiasco.

Published in Open Sauce

A court in Seoul has refused to grant an arrest warrant sought for the Samsung Group's de facto leader Lee Jae-yong, setting back the investigation into an influence-peddling scandal that has led to a vote to impeach President Park Geun-hye.

Published in Deals

As more and more reports keep coming in of exploding Samsung Galaxy Note7s, it is clear that even the replacement phones have not fixed the issue which has dogged this so-called flagship device.

Published in Open Sauce
Wednesday, 25 September 2013 16:01

Samsung to release curved display smartphone

Samsung has thrown a curveball into the smartphone market, announcing it will be releasing a smartphone with a curved display in October.

Published in Mobility
Tuesday, 13 August 2013 14:55

20 injured at LG event gone wrong

Up to 20 people have been injured in South Korea on Friday after a promotional LG event went horribly wrong.

Published in Mobility

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