South Korea: Android bloatware can be deleted

The South Korean government has released a decision that spells doom in pre-installed apps on mobile devices. Yonhap News reports that the Ministry of Science, ICT and Future…

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Korea to Get a Taste of 3D Television

The Korea Communications Commission (KCC), which governs South Korea’s broadcasting and telecommunications regulations, kicks off its drive for 3D television and will be issuing licenses beginning January 2010…

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Blackberry Smartphone May Invade Korea Soon

There are plans for SK Telecom, Korea’s largest telecom service provider, to bring the popular Blackberry smartphone to the country. Blackberry is considered to be the world’s most…

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Samsung SCH-W760

The latest Samsung smartphone model, the SCH-W760, has all the features typlically targeted for the Korean domestic market:  a 3-megapixel camera, a sliding keypad, DMB reception, Bluetooth connectivity,…

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Samsung curved smartphone leaked

Evleaks has leaked another rendered image that has gotten tongues wagging. The noted source of gadgets in development stage that may (or may not) see the light of…

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Apple shares drop after introducing new iPhones

The new iPhones fail to impress investors as Apple shares drop. Analysts claim this is mainly due to how the iPhone 5C, which is being marketed as a…

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Pantech Vega Xpress

Pantech unveils its latest mobile phone named Vega Xpress. The 4-inch handset runs on Android 2.2 and claims of having an unspecified amount of DDR2 RAM, which we…

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Google Nexus One is a Goner, on Google at Least

Google has already informed us on this one, but it happened so fast it was kind of shocking. So there, Google no longer sells its Nexus One smartphone…

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Samsung Galaxy S to be Released Worldwide

Yes, the headline should be a cause of excitement, alarm, concern, you name it. Samsung is known to release their products for retail on a certain region first,…

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Samsung to release a New Tablet?

It appears that other manufacturers are joining in the tablets race. Although Samsung already has tablet computers in the past (like the Samsung Mondi, which features Windows 6.1,…

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