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KT To Offer The Google Nexus One In South Korea

05/31/2010, Looks like Google’s move to open its Nexus One smartphone to retail sales could be making the device more attractive to carriers as KT Corp, South Korea’s second largest mobile carrier, has announced that it will be beefing its smartphone...

Samsung EX1/TL500 Goes Official In Korea

05/17/2010, Samsung has just put its EX1 (TL500) compact camera up for sale over in Korea. As Samsung’s flagship compact camera, it supports RAW with shutter-priority, aperture-priority and full-manual shooting modes. H.264 video recording is also supported,...

McAfee Offers Anti-malware Solution For Android In Korea

04/29/2010, Looks like there is some good news for McAfee, despite the recent boo boo, the security company has announced the availability of its McAfee VirusScan Mobile technology for Google’s Android platform. The strange thing is that it’s currently...

Samsung 9000 Series LED TV Goes Official In Korea

04/26/2010, You might remember the 9000 Series LED TV from Samsung that we caught sight of at CES, and now these TVs have gone official in Korea, along with a similarly cool LCD remote control. The TV offers a 9.8mm thick luxury panel sporting a 3D proprietary...

Pantech Check Mate IM-S610K Released In Korea

04/26/2010, While technical details aren’t available at the moment, but if you happen to be in South Korea shopping for a new fancy phone, it’s worth noting that Pantech has a new phone for said market, the Check Mate IM-S610K. It doesn’t seem to...

Sky Launches The Pantech Pandora Slim Luxury Phone In Korea

04/20/2010, Sky is now offering the Pandora from Pantech, which will probably be suited to folks who are looking for a stylish luxury phone in Korea. The phone itself is very thin, measuring in at just 9.1mm thick. It also offers a rather unique touchpad at the top...

LG Joypop Is The Company’s First Fixed Mobile Convergence Phone

04/20/2010, While it’s not very common, but LG has just launched its first FMC (Fixed-Mobile Convergence) mobile phone, the LG Joypop KH3900. In case you’re wondering, FMC phones are able to make and receive calls from both cellular networks and fixed...

Cute Android Video Ads From Korea

04/15/2010, Normally when you see an advert regarding an Android device, it’s probably not all that exciting, but it seems that the folks over in Korea seem to like move lively advertisements, at least that’s what we’re guessing based on the video...

GPNC Android-powered TV From Korea

04/15/2010, We’ve previously seen an Android-powered TV from the People of Lava (which sounds incredibly cool), and now we’ve managed to find another TV that has decided to be powered by Google’s operating system. Designed by GPNC in Korea, this TV...

Samsung SPH-W9600 AMOLED Beam Lands In Korea

04/14/2010, In Korea and need to be able to project your presentation while on the go? That’s what Samsung’s newly-announced AMOLED Beam SPH-W9600 phone is for. The successor to the Samsung Haptic Beam (SPH-W7900) has a built-in 9-lumen projector module...

Google To Remove Games From South Korean Android Market

04/06/2010, It looks like Google has decided to exclude all games from the Korean version of its Android Market. Apparently Google made this decision because it’s impossible to have all the games sold on Android rated by the local regulator, which is the Korean...

LG To Host Robot Vacuum Soccer Tournament

04/05/2010, LG is planning to host a soccer tournament, but not just any soccer tournament. The players in this tournament will be the LG Robot Vacuums, which participants will be controlling in order to try and win one of several 42-inch LED Canvas LG TVs. Of...

Motorola Titanium XT800 To Be Launched In Korea

04/02/2010, Following the MOTOROI, Motorola is gearing up to launch its second Android phone in South Korea, the Motorola Titanium. If you think that the Motorola Titanium looks familiar, you’re right, as it’s really the Motorola XT800, which is available...