LG G2 Promotional Event Goes Wrong, Seven Hospitalized

LG G2 Promotional Event Goes Wrong, Seven Hospitalized

When you don’t think a stunt through, chances are that you will end up hurting yourself or others or both. LG recently brought together a promotional event for its G2 smartphone in Seoul, South Korea but the event went horribly wrong when people arrived with BB pistols and knives to participate in it.

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China Initiated Massive Cyberattack On South Korea

China Initiated Massive Cyberattack On South Korea

China has been implicated in countless cases of cyber attacks directed at governments, media and corporate entities. Yet, the country hasn’t budged in its policies of continuing support for state-sponsored hackers. The latest victim of the country’s espionage attempts was South Korea.

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South Korea Plans To Block Pornography On Teenagers’ Smartphones

South Korea Plans To Block Pornography On Teenagers’ Smartphones

South Korea always do take special care for its youth. We have seen the country taking proactive steps when it comes to their youths and implementing curfews for gaming. Now the country is going one more step ahead. South Korea plans to block pornography and swear words on teenagers’ smartphones.

By On December 29, 2012 Respond
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South Korea Attempts To Discourage Botting, Farming And Item Trading By Banning It

South Korea Attempts To Discourage Botting, Farming And Item Trading By Banning It

Gaming is not just an activity in South Korea. It is more of a religion, with teens around the country hooked up to the gaming screens for hours on end. Pro players are considered a celebrity and this further makes gaming an even more popular activity around the youth. Now, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Television has attempted to curb this to some extent.

By On June 16, 2012 Respond
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South Korea Using ‘Robo-guard’ For Guarding Prisons

South Korea Using ‘Robo-guard’ For Guarding Prisons

You surely have seen robots in various roles in movies as well as in real life. But, I’m sure that you have never seen robots guarding the civialians from criminals. The closet thing you might remember is of the movie RoboCop, where a cyborg roam around the city relentlessly to confront the notorious warlords of Detroit, Michigan. The only problem was, RoboCop was not a robot, although he was guarding the city from the criminals. Seems that South Korean authorities have tweaked the idea a little bit, and deployed a robot designed to guard the world from criminals. Only in this case, the criminals are caged in a high security prison. Yes, a prison in South Korea is testing a robot designed to guard the roughest prison cell blocks.

By On April 16, 2012 Respond
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South Korea Arrests A Person For A Retweet

South Korea Arrests A Person For A Retweet

South Korean authorities have detained a person over the charge of ‘benefiting the enemy.’ What exactly did Park Jeonggeun, who has been detained, do? He simply retweeted a tweet which read, “Long Live Kim Jong-II.’ According to Park, this was purely in jest of the North Korean leader and was a bit of sarcasm rather than praise. However, South Korean authorities have refused to accept that explanation, for now.

By On February 4, 2012 Respond
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Samsung Takes A Step Back On Legal Battle Against Apple

Samsung Takes A Step Back On Legal Battle Against Apple

In an unexpected move, Samsung has decided not to file any cases against Apple on the release of iPhone 4S in South Korea. This was a last-minute decision by Samsung. Analysts say that Samsung made the move so as not to embitter iPhone fans in Korea.

By On November 15, 2011 Respond
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HTC Raider 4G For South Korea, Looks Like AT&T’s Holiday

HTC Raider 4G For South Korea, Looks Like AT&T’s Holiday

HTC Raider 4G arrives bearing South Korean LTE, looks a lot like the Holiday. The HTC Raider 4G features Google’s Android 2.3.4 OS with Sense UI and features a 4.5-inch qHD display, a dual-core 1.5GHz processor, 1GB RAM, 16GB storage, and an 8-megapixel camera. The phone offers support for 4G LTE, as well as Asia’s 2,100MHz 3G network, which can theoretically hit 21Mbps download speeds. A front-facing 1.3-megapixel camera, a 1,620mAh battery, and the standard fare of connectivity options in Wi-Fi, GPS, and Bluetooth. The manufacturer hasn’t revealed any plans for an international release, though rumor has it that this Holiday-like device may be heading to AT&T at some point. Checkout the press Release bellow for more.

By On September 22, 2011 Respond
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Apple Pays $945 To Korean iPhone User

Apple Pays $945 To Korean iPhone User

Apple forced to cough up cash $945 over iPhone location tracking in South Korea and the payment was awarded last month, but now Kim’s law firm is prepping a class action suit that could put further pressure on the Cupertino crew, especially in the home of Samsung. This could just be the first in a series of pay outs and American courts may look to the decision when considering the fate of other plaintiffs looking to ring a few bucks out of iDevice purveyors. Kim’s law firm is now preparing a class action lawsuit against Apple for the unauthorized data collection and Apple is also being sued in the U.S. over its location tracking……………

By On July 15, 2011 Respond
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Again: Apple Sues Samsung For Copy iPhone 3 Design

Again: Apple Sues Samsung For Copy iPhone 3 Design

Apple said that it has filed a lawsuit in South Korea which accuses Samsung Electronics of copying its products and Apple claimed Samsung’s smartphones and tablets slavishly copied its products. Apple filed a lawsuit in April in the United States, which laiming Samsung had copied its smart phones and tablet computers and nitiation of this new case in South Korea has likely been in the works for some time………

By On June 24, 2011 Respond
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Full Restoration Of PlayStation Network Begins

Full Restoration Of PlayStation Network Begins

Sony begins full restoration of its PSN and Qriocity services, PlayStation Store already up and its PlayStation Network and Qriocity services in the Americas, Europe, and Asia (excluding Japan, Hong Kong, and South Korea) by the end of the week. PlayStation Store is already up with a huge lineup of new games, demos, add-ons, themes, avatars and videos along with an updated Playstation Plus………..

By On June 2, 2011 2 Responses
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Sony promises Full Restoration Of PlayStation Network

Sony promises Full Restoration Of PlayStation Network

Sony promises global PSN restoration by week’s end, except in some parts of Asia and the only exceptions are Hong Kong, South Korea and Japan, where users will have to await further details before regaining full access. Very sorry Japan and other Eastern countries not getting the PSN restored and sony also mentioned it will resume Qriocity services (whatever that is) as well if you care about that shit………..

By On May 31, 2011 Respond
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Samsung 75-inch D9500 3D TV

Samsung 75-inch D9500 3D TV

This 75-inch platter dubbed D9500 has stolen the short-lived crown off LG’s 72-inch LZ9700 to become the world’s largest LED-backlit 3D LCD HDTV and obviously Samsung’s still staying faithful to its active shutter 3D technology following its recent price drop on its glasses, the 240Hz display will also come with the usual Smart TV features, garnished by a QWERTY flip remote for your web-browsing and SNS needs on that large screen………….

By On May 10, 2011 1 Response
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LG XE1 And XE2 USB 3.0 Drives

LG XE1 And XE2 USB 3.0 Drives

LG Electronics announced the XE1 and XE2, a couple of sleek, 2.5-inch portable hard drives which feature an USB 3.0 interface and both drives come in 500GB, 750GB and 1TB capacities, the same size and shape, but have a different finish glossy on the XE1, matte on the XE2………

By On May 8, 2011 Respond
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Samsung SENS-240 Navigation Tablet

Samsung SENS-240 Navigation Tablet

Samsung introduce the SENS-240, a tablet hybrid which replaces both standalone GPS units as well as in-car navigation units, a unit focused on navigation while also capable of pairing with your current Android smartphone and powered by a 1.43GHz processor capable of rendering high-resolution 3D maps while simultaneously playing both video and audio files on its 7-inch WVGA (800×480 resolution) display. There’s also 256MB of RAM, USB 2.0, a SD card slot, DMB-TV and Bluetooth onboard……….

By On May 7, 2011 Respond
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