The Restroom Cultural Park showcases loos from around the world. Drop in to the Mr. Toilet House and, er, unload.
CNET gets a glimpse inside Samsung's secretive mobile device and home appliance testing labs in South Korea.
CNET sits down in Korea with Boo-keun Yoon, Samsung's consumer electronics chief, to talk about what it's doing with smart TVs and washing machines -- and why the hesitancy toward new display tech.
Samsung wants to be all things to all people. CNET's Shara Tibken went to South Korea to discover how it does just that.
Intel and Korea Telecom expand their joint venture to provide WiMax to more of South Korea, with the goal of covering 85 percent of the population by March.
A senior manager says 11 million more units must be sold by then to reach 5.7 percent market share, which has grown only from 1.2 percent in 2005 to 1.7 percent in 2007.
Samsung will cease operation of its laptop division if it doesn't improve its market share and beat that of Sony by 2011, Crave has found out