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On the Spot
: Baek Byung-yeul
Wed, July 17, 2019 | 12:06
Startups abandon Pangyo Techno Valley
Pangyo Techno Valley, located south of Seoul, is a planned city with an aim to grow into the Korean equivalent of Silicon Valley. Now home to more than 1,400 companies, the city has become a key place for the country's IT industry, but more startups such as Sodacrew and Daangn Market are leaving Pangyo because of skyrocketing office rents and poor access to Gangnam, Gwanghwam...
| 2019-05-22 17:21
Kakao goes after Google, Naver in translation service
Kakao launched an upgraded version of its translation service and extended the number of languages offered, with an aim to improve its share in the translation market here where it falls behind its rivals Google and Naver, the internet firm said Wednesday.
| 2019-05-22 17:20
'US-China trade war won't affect CES Asia 2019'
The organizers of the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) Asia looked confident about the success of the upcoming tradeshow taking place in China in June, saying the trade dispute between the United States and China will have little impact on the show.
| 2019-05-22 17:19
Unity launches new game engine, distribution service
Unity Technologies introduced the latest version of its game engine and platform that enables game developers to distribute their games to multiple app stores, a U.S.-based game engine maker announced Tuesday.
| 2019-05-21 17:24
'DGIST models after Caltech, UCSD'
Kuk Young, the newly appointed president of the state-run Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology (DGIST), said Friday he aims to make the university a small but mighty research institution by modeling it on the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and the University of California San Diego.
KT holds concert for employees
KT Chairman Hwang Chang-gyu, second from left, poses with an employee's family before a classical concert at the Seoul Arts Center, Thursday. The firm invited 2,400 employees and their families to the concert to express its gratitude to them following the launch of its fifth-generation (5G) network. / Courtesy of KT
| 2019-05-17 16:58
Samsung's leadership in chip industry faltering
Samsung Electronics has failed to recapture its former status as the world's largest semiconductor supplier from U.S. chip maker Intel for the second consecutive quarter due to its heavy reliance on the sluggish memory market.
| 2019-05-17 16:57
SK Group acquires 6.1% stake in Vietnam's Vingroup
SK Group is expanding its presence in Southeast Asia, agreeing to purchase a 6.1 percent stake in top Vietnamese company Vingroup for $1 billion, the group said Thursday.
| 2019-05-16 16:44
App developers capitalize on fine dust pollution
Mobile app developers here are capitalizing on pollution with their fine dust-related services as a growing number of people are worrying about the worsening air quality, they said Thursday.
| 2019-05-16 16:24
Samsung SDI unveils new energy storage system in Europe
Samsung SDI has developed a new system that can store larger amounts of energy, the battery business arm of Samsung Group said Thursday.
| 2019-05-16 16:22
41 cafes caught for using unhygienic ice
Korea to restrict foreigners' visa extensions for defaulting on health insurance fees
Ex-lawmaker Chung Doo-un found dead on Seoul mountain
Expensive veterinary clinic fees lead to abandonment of pets
Farmers, fishermen fear Japan's expanding export curbs
US diplomat to discuss trade scuffle between Seoul, Tokyo
David vs. Goliath: South Chungcheong's battle against coal
Korea, Israel agree to boost ties in manufacturing, high-tech
When justice meets reality
'MBC violates anti-workplace bullying law'
Celebrating Korea-Czech relations
FINA World Championships 2019
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