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Google Officially Opened Its Startup Campus in South Korea

Google Officially Opened Its Startup Campus in South KoreaOn Friday, Google officially opened its start-up "campus" in Seoul which is the first in Asia. This will, in a way answer the ambitions of South Korea to become a regional center for a new line of technology entrepreneurs.

Samsung Plans to Revamp its Business Plans as Sale of Phones Trim Down

Samsung Plans to Revamp its Business Plans as Sale of Phones Trim DownSamsung Electronics Co. has been facing major competition from its rivals like Apple Inc. (AAPL) and Xiaomi Corp and now the company is looking towards a forty year old memory-chip unit to boost revenue as there is a considerable fall in the sales growth of its Galaxy smartphones.

Samsung Continues to Retain Mobile Chief in His Position In Spite of a Drop in Profits

Samsung Continues to Retain Mobile Chief in His Position In Spite of a Drop in ProfitsOn Monday, South Korean company Samsung Group maintained the existing top executives at their present positions as a part of an annual reshuffle.

Three South Korean mobile carriers have advanced Galaxy S5 launch

Three South Korean mobile carriers have advanced Galaxy S5 launchWith South Korean regulators having slapped a sales suspension on SK Telecom Co Ltd, KT Corp and LG UPlus Corp, the three national mobile carriers have tried to mitigate the blow from the ban by advancing the launch of Samsung's new flagship handset - the Galaxy S5 smartphone - to Thursday.

LG withdrawing low-cost China smartphones to focus on premium models

LGIn an evident attempt to revive its profit by focusing on premium smartphone models which run on high-speed fourth-generation (4G) networks, South Korean device maker LG is pulling its range of low-cost handsets in China.

Kinect-based system being used to monitor border between South and North Korea

Kinect-based system being used to monitor border between South and North Korea According to a Kotaku translation of a report from South Korean newspaper Hankooki, Microsoft's Kinect motion- and voice-detecting sensor is being used to monitor the border between South Korea and North Korea.

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