Posted on : koreabang Lately, a humorous parody of the Google Glasses concept video has been doing the rounds on the Korean internet. Closely mirroring the original video, the sketch instead makes fun of the frustrations many Korean computer users have with the over-reliance on Active X which, in some cases, doesn’t display at all on … Continue reading Google Glass Concept Parodied in Korea
South Korea Discovers The Sausage Stylus By Chris Scott Barr Alright, hypothetical situation. It’s cold outside, so cold that you don’t want to remove your gloves. You get an important text on your iPhone and need to respond immediately. You’re also in a huge hurry, thus you can’t stop anywhere warm to shoot off a … Continue reading South Korean Sausage iPhone Stylus
Thanks to: Slashgear.com Samsung Korea has unveiled two LTE versions of the Galaxy S II, the Samsung Galaxy S II LTE and the Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE, the latter packing a huge 4.65-inch Super AMOLED HD display running at 1280 x 720 resolution. Each model has a 1.5GHz dual-core processor, WiFi a/b/g/n and … Continue reading Samsung Galaxy S II HD LTE and Galaxy S II LTE
Ttanks to Korea’s Information Society The death of Steve Jobs has prompted an outpouring of journalistic efforts, all around the world, to explain innovation, especially the sort of innovation that characterized his tenure at Apple. The Korea Joongang Daily carried an article questioning whether the death of Jobs would have a deep impact, or whether business would continue … Continue reading The Challenge to Innovate in Korea
Via Hani.co.kr Pic : Here “We’re not going to hold our hands out first.” Following an Aug. 24 (local time) ruling by the District Court of The Hague in the Netherlands dismissing Apple’s claim that Samsung Electronics violated its design patents, arguments for carrying on the legal battle to the end have been gaining force … Continue reading Samsung resolute in patent war with Apple
globalvoicesonline.org Lee Yoo Eun In South Korea, an influential blogger’s negative review of a Samsung smartphone has been taken down due to pressure from the manufacturer. Internet users have harshly criticised the nation’s biggest conglomerate, Samsung Electronics and Naver, the nation’s biggest web portal, for censoring the blogger. Hahm Young Min is an influential IT blogger … Continue reading Blogger’s Phone Review Deleted by Samsung
Sharp’s plans to launch two ebook readers in Japan in December. To be sold under the Galapagos brand name, the company hopes to sell a million units within their first year on sale. Talks with Verizon Wireless mean the US is likely to be the second place to see them, sometime in 2011. Continue reading Sharp’s Galapagos ebook reader
Posted on news.mk.co.kr Galaxy Tab, Samsung Electronics’ Tablet PC is finally entering the American market, expecting a fierce competition with Apple’s iPad. Samsung Electronics held a Galaxy Tab launch event in New York on September 16, local time. The event was attended by about 150 officials including associates from American companies, mobile operators, local press … Continue reading Galaxy Tab Makes its Debut in U.S.