Gangnam becomes hot spot for Korean startups
The uber-trendy Seoul neighborhood made famous by the "Gangnam Style" K-pop hit is known for status-conscious people, plastic surgery clinics and Ivy League prep schools. Now it's making a name as a bustling ...
Study examines benefits, effects of family-friendly workplace policies
A happy worker is a productive worker. That adage may be true, according to a new study from The University of Texas at Dallas.
Broadband and ultrathin polarization manipulators developed
A research team in South Korea has developed a technology that can manipulate a polarized light in broadband operation with the use of a metamaterial.
Iran hackers penetrate key world networks: researchers
Iranian hackers have managed to penetrate and steal information from governments and companies around the world since 2012, posing a grave security threat, researchers say in a new report,
Selfie sticks could bring jail time in South Korea
That selfie stick in your hand. A harmless memory-maker? Or a potentially chaos-inducing electromagnetic radiation emitter?
Denmark is world's most connected country
Denmark has overtaken South Korea as the world's top country for cellphone and Internet use, a study released Monday said.
Green Climate Fund pledges reach $9.3 bn
Nations meeting in Berlin Thursday pledged $9.3 billion (7.4 bn euros) for a climate fund to help poor countries cut emissions and prepare for global warming, just shy of a $10bn target.
Employees open about religion in the workplace more satisfied
New research from Simon Fraser University's Beedie School of Business indicates that organizations could benefit by encouraging employees to talk about their religion in the workplace.
For video games, a trek to more exotic locales
At the beginning of "Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare," the recently released installment in Activision's blockbuster military shooter franchise, the player is dumped from the sky in a drop pod onto an urban ...
Robot that moves like an inchworm could go places other robots can't
Researchers study cell phone habits of college students in US and South Korea
Seok Kang, associate professor in the UTSA Department of Communication, collaborated with Korean researcher Jaemin Jung to study the smartphone habits of college students in the United States and South Korea. ...
As Samsung falters, mysterious scion in the wings
As Samsung's smartphone business suffers a dizzying decline, another issue is vexing investors. Command of one of the world's most valuable consumer brands will eventually pass to the son of its ailing patriarch ...
UK rolls out eLoran as GPS backup for safe navigation
N. Korea denies role in smartphone hacking in South
North Korea's state media on Monday blasted South Korea's spy agency for alleging that Pyongyang hacked tens of thousands of smartphones in the South using malware disguised in mobile gaming apps.