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LG Uplus chief bets on IoT
LG Uplus Vice Chairman Lee Sang-chul said it will beef up ties with global companies to develop the Internet of things (IoT) and next-generation mobile network services.

SKT clinches deals abroad
SK Telecom is expediting its global businesses through a series of cooperation agreements with overseas countries including Saudi Arabia, Taiwan and Mongolia, company officials said Thursday.

Adobe confident in Korea's cloud service market
Adobe expects significant business opportunities in Korea despite the nation remaining relatively lukewarm to cloud-based services.

KT supports Korean startups at MWC
BARCELONA, Spain - KT is stepping up efforts to help tech startups find business opportunities at home and abroad.

LG Uplus to sell IoT platform to Qatari firm
LG Uplus said Wednesday that it has signed an agreement to sell its surveillance video based on the Internet of things (IoT) technology to Ooredoo, a Qatari mobile carrier.

Samsung buys LED mpany spokesman said the s display firm
Samsung Electronics said Wednesday it has acquired YESCO Electronics, a light-emitting diode (LED) display manufacturer in the United States, to tap into digital signage business.

KT pledges to set up standards for IoT
BARCELONA, Spain - KT Chairman Hwang Chang-gyu says Korea's top network operator will lead in setting up standards for the Internet of Things (IoT).

LG plans to use own processors in handsets
BARCELONA, Spain - The head of LG Electronics handset division said Wednesday (KST) that the firm is designing and developing its own mobile processor chips to be used in its next generation mobile phones.

Samsung Electronics extends partnership for mobile payment
Samsung Electronics is seeking to expand its partnership with credit card companies at home and abroad to ensure the successful launch of its mobile payment service, Samsung Pay, a brand-new feature on the soon-to-be-released Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S..

Korea's mobile Internet market expected to reach $40 bil. in 2017
Google Korea expects the nations mobile Internet market to be worth $40 billion in 2017, up from $28 billion in 2013, driven by Koreas advanced network coverage and strong demand for e-commerce and smartphone apps.

SKT pledges to create ecosystem for startups
BARCELONA - SK Telecom CEO Jang Dong-hyun has emphasized the importance of encouraging smaller tech startups in the coming era of connectivity.

Telecom firms stop providing personal info to police
SK Telecom, KT and LG Uplus said they will no longer provide customers personal information to investigative agencies without a warrant.

Samsung mobile boss back in limelight
BARCELONA, Spain - Samsung Electronics co-CEO and mobile devices chief Shin Jong-kyun is leading a fresh battle against Apple with the new Galaxy S6 (GS6).

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