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2006-07-04 WiBro launched in South Korea
South Korea's WiBro mobile broadband Internet service was launched last week, said the Ministry of Information and Communication.
2006-07-01 Large NFC trial under way in Seoul
Philips Semiconductors and SK Telecom, Korea's leading telecom service provider, have agreed to cooperate on a large-scale, six-month field trial for near-field communication in Seoul, Korea.
2004-05-24 Expo Comm Wireless Korea highlights mobile comm apps
The Expo Comm Wireless Korea 2004 opened last week at the COEX Pacific Hall in Samsung-dong, Korea, and ran for four days.
2012-03-27 Ericsson increases stake in LG-Ericsson
Mobile network equipment maker Ericsson now holds 75 percent stake in LG-Ericsson, from its previous share of 50 percent plus one.
2014-02-27 Asia NFC Alliance strives for border-less mobile NFC
Major Asian telecom operators teamed up to form an international NFC Alliance that will promote convenient mobile NFC services
2007-05-17 South Korean carrier readies HSUPA service
South Korean carrier SK Telecom is preparing to launch HSUPA mobile technology services next month.
2009-07-01 Mobile banking kicks off in Manila
SK Telecom and Citibank Philippines have joined forces to launch what it claims to be the first browser-based mobile banking service in the Philippines.
2009-05-26 Jordan adopts South Korea's WiBro tech
SK Telecom has signed additional consulting agreement and a letter of intent with Kulacom Broadband Investment Co., which operates high-speed wireless Internet service and VoIP in the Middle East and Eastern Europe.
2009-05-15 Intel collaborates with South Korea firms to advance MIDs
Intel Corp. has partnered with South Korea firms Infraware and SK Telecom to develop a mobile open market place based on the next-generation Mobile Internet Device (MID) platform and new mobile devices related market.
2010-05-25 China OEM taps TranSwitch processors for WiMAX terminals
TranSwitch Corp. has scored pre-production orders from a China telecom OEM for its Atlanta 80 processor for use in its WiMAX VoIP terminal equipment
2007-08-02 Wisair fields single chip for belated wireless USB spec
A startup is announcing a single-chip device for wireless USB interconnects at a time when the standard continues to face delays coming to market.
2009-12-14 Wireless Gigabit 60GHz spec delivers 1-7Gbit/s
The Wireless Gigabit Alliance previewed its specification for 60GHz links capable of sending data at rates of 1-7Gbit/s.
2015-08-07 TIA surveys operators on 5G future
5G cellular is expected to have an impact on everything in its attempt to extend 4G-LTE and support new use cases, and this new generation of wireless technology is expected to roll out in 2020.
2012-01-27 Telit completes South Korea 'smart farm'
Telit's smart farm specifically allows farmers to monitor and control cold climate greenhouses remotely via their smartphone.
2005-07-19 Techno Concepts woos Asia with SDR technology
Following up on a foray into China, U.S. software-defined-radio specialist company Techno Concepts Inc. is targeting one of Asia's most sophisticated wireless markets, South Korea.
2013-07-24 TD-LTE, LTE-A to rule macro basestation installations
By 2018, there will be 1.467 billion LTE subscriptions globally from which 34 per cent will be LTE-A, while 42 per cent and 24 per cent will be the older Release 8/9 LTE-FDD and LTE-TDD, respectively.
2005-01-25 South Korea preps deployment of WiMax variant
South Korea intends to issue licenses next month for a domestic wireless broadband standard known as WiBro, which is based on similar technology used by the more widely known WiMAx.
2008-05-13 South Korea flaunts discount coupons via mobile
It seems that coupon clipping is soon to become a thing of the past in South Korea as the hip, tech-savvy population of the country is turning to mobile phones instead, reported Reuters.
2007-07-03 South Korea first to dial Motorola's iPhone challenger
Under pressure from the Apple iPhone and Nokia's claims of cellphone market share gains, Motorola launched its hoped-for savior phone, the Razr2, in Korea this week.
2015-02-16 Sigfox raises $115M to build IoT network
Sigfox said it closed a $93 million round with a $22 million extension, and would spend the funds on building out networkstargeted at the Internet of Thingsespecially in the United States and Asia.
2008-01-02 Seongnam forges ahead with IT hub vision
Seongnam city in Gyeonggi Province, South Korea is making progress toward its vision of becoming the country's IT hub. With a population of one million, the city adjacent to Seoul has transformed into a venture valley swarming with IT companies.
2004-08-03 Satellite TV service set for launch in Japan, South Korea
A new satellite TV service to be launched here and in South Korea in October promises to deliver programming along with radio and data broadcasting to mobile terminals.
2004-01-16 Sand Video crafts core for mobile TV
Sand Video has launched a licensable H.264 core designed specifically for mobile TV and other video applications on cellphones, PDAs and automobile navigation systems.
2012-05-10 Qualcomm, Samsung pioneer wireless power group
The A4WP will focus on a new wireless power transfer technology that provides spatial freedom for charging electrical devices in cars, on table tops and for charging multiple devices simultaneously.
2014-02-27 Qualcomm brings 300Mbit/s LTE Cat6 to Samsung smartphone
Qualcomm has conducted a live demonstration of LTE Advanced Category6 connectivity using a specially developed and modified Galaxy Note 3.
2006-01-01 Put virtual reality on phones
Haptics are now being integrated in the mobile phone.
2006-09-01 Pushing past trials, WiMAX footprint grows
If the optimistic market analyses are correct, WiMAX could nab nine million subscribers worldwide by 2009, not counting infrastructure applications in cellular backhaul.
2005-04-05 Nokia taps Korean vendor for EV-DO phones
Nokia has struck a deal with a Korean manufacturer to develop 3G 1xEV-DO phones instead of building their own, several Asian news sources reported this week.
2007-02-13 Next-gen phone platform targets Japan market
NTT Docomo, Renesas Technology and four mobile handset partners are launching a next-generation mobile phone platform based on the Symbian OS and the Renesas single-chip SH-Mobile product, initially targeting the Japanese market.
2015-09-10 New player enters IoT network race
Ingenu's 2.4GHz technology will compete with as many as a half dozen separate 900MHz offerings from groups including Sigfox, NWave and the LoRa Alliance founded by Semtech.
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