Phone makers and carriers, take notice: You'll have to let smartphone owners delete all that software you stuff into handsets that no one actually wants.
North Korea's newly named space agency sports the unfortunate acronym "NADA" and features a familiar-looking logo.
CNET takes you on a virtual tour of Samsung's headquarters in Suwon, its semiconductor operations in Giheung and Hwaesong; its mobile phone manufacturing headquarters in Gumi; and its offices and store in Seoul.
The home automation service allows smartphone users to control their home appliances and TVs from a single app.
Now you see it, now you don't. A 1,476-foot tower planned for construction just outside of Seoul, South Korea, appears to disappear through optical technology.
Equipped with a 6.3-inch screen, the new Mega phone will roll out this week for Korean consumers.
Harder times ahead for Canon and Nikon in South Korea where smartphone cameras dominate, according to a report. This echoes news from Japan where Canon cut its annual profit forecast.
The South is now blaming the North for a hacking attack targeted at banks and TV stations.
The country's antitrust watchdog says Google has done nothing improper by requiring mobile device makers to bundle its search engine with their products.
The country's smallest mobile carrier starts rolling out its own LTE-A network, says Yonhap News.