Products & Technologies

Products & Technologies


Samsung Electronics in advanced memory technology, announced on July 18 that it is increasing the production volume of its 8-gigabyte (GB) High Bandwidth Memory-2 (HBM2)

Samsung Electronics announced on July 17, an expanded strategic partnership with PayPal Holdings, adding PayPal as a payment method within Samsung Pay wherever Samsung Pay is accepted – in-app, online and in-store.


[FRANKFURT, Germany] Samsung Electronics announced on July 11 that two SAMSUNG ARTIK™ IoT gateway system-on-modules have been certified by SAP to run on SAP® Leonardo IoT Edge,


LG announced on July 11 that the LG Q6, part of its new Q series, will be the first smartphone to offer the FullVision display following the LG G6.

[Seattle] Sensoro, a leading sensor device and network technology company, and Semtech (Nasdaq: SMTC), a leading supplier of high performance analog and mixed-signal semiconductors and advanced algorithms,


LG Electronics (LG) has been selected by a premium German automaker to supply ADAS (Advanced Driver Assistance Systems) camera modules and related software for the company’s next generation vehicles.


South Korea has developed the world’s first 77-inch flexible and transparent organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display in a government-funded project.


Germany's Merck, will present a new pigment for laser marking in a new application field at the Laser World of Photonics 2017 exhibition from June 26 to 29 in Munich.



The Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy(MOTIE) in South Korea announced on July 13 that automobile exports expanded 1.3 percent to USD 3.8 billion from a year ago, marking the fifth consecutive month of growth.


LG Electronics revolutionized the vacuum cleaner industry 16 years ago with the commercialization of one of the world’s first robotic vacuum cleaners.


The Ministry of the Interior (MOI) in South Korea will carry out a project of supporting the export of Korea’s e-Government model, with 1 billion won of budget, for six months from July to December 2017 to spread its digital government across the globe.

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NASA's Messenger spacecraft has slammed into the surface of the planet Mercury, ending a successful 11-year-mission.

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