The popular Samsung smartphone lineup includes a new addition --- the Galaxy Grand 2 handset, which marks an evolution of the company's Galaxy Grand series of bigger screen handsets.
South Korean automaker Hyundai has revealed in a last-week announcement that it is bringing a hydrogen vehicle to the market in 2014, when it will start selling a Tucson SUV powered by a hydrogen fuel cell in the US.
The first road-powered electric vehicles have recently been debuted in the South Korean city of Gumi. The fleet of Online Electric Vehicle (OLEV) buses - developed by the KAIST Graduate School for Green Transportation - is a fleet of wirelessly-charged buses which ply on a 15-mile stretch in Gumi.
It seems that the technology has taken its hold and repercussions of over usage are effectively visible. Doctors concerned with this field have stated that the youth has been involved in technology to an extent that they fail to utilize their head for even small things in life.
The Seoul National University researchers have found in their latest study that humans could cause magpies or wild birds to think faster.
It is likely that when especially predators watch them, the wild birds tended to take decisions at a faster pace. The team told that when the birds were not observed, they did not fly away even when they passed them near.
With rise in population and increased chances of world suffering from hunger, the U. N. Food and Agriculture Organization have come up with a report revealing about the next best food option.
It is none other than entomophagy, which is consumption of insects. Though the topic may shock a number of people, it has been seen that many people do eat insects in countries like Thailand and South Korea.
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