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Samsung leader Jay Y. Lee granted parole

Samsung leader Jay Y. Lee granted parole

Expected to leave imprisonment for embezzlement charges this Friday.
Joyce Lee and Heekyong Yang Aug 10 2021, 7:21AM Hardware
Smart fridges could detect bad meat

Smart fridges could detect bad meat

Lasers detect micro-organisms, to beat food poisoning.
a Staff Writer Apr 1 2016, 9:54AM Hardware
"Anonymous" attacks S-Korea sites

"Anonymous" attacks S-Korea sites

Military networks left alone.
Juha Saarinen Jun 28 2013, 8:15AM Security
Malware 'first proof' of Chinese attacks on South Korea

Malware 'first proof' of Chinese attacks on South Korea

PinkStats downloader identified.
Danielle Walker Jun 27 2013, 11:44AM Security
Trojan update fingered for massive South Korean breach

Trojan update fingered for massive South Korean breach

Breach could blow out by millions.
Darren Pauli Aug 12 2011, 6:52AM Security
One in two South Koreans lose data in massive hack

One in two South Koreans lose data in massive hack

Social network and web search sites hacked.
Darren Pauli Aug 1 2011, 8:38AM Security
US critiques South Korea decision in Microsoft case

US critiques South Korea decision in Microsoft case

US officials have criticised a decision by South Korean regulators forcing software giant Microsoft to separate its instant messaging service from the Windows operating system.
Peter Kaplan Dec 8 2005, 1:07PM Software
South Korea orders Microsoft to unbundle Windows

South Korea orders Microsoft to unbundle Windows

Microsoft was ordered to separate its instant messaging service from its Windows software and allow rival products on its system in South Korea after losing a ruling on unfair business practices.
Kim Yeon-hee Dec 8 2005, 10:00AM Software
South Korea sees 8-9 mln "Wibro" internet users by 2007

South Korea sees 8-9 mln "Wibro" internet users by 2007

South Korea expects subscribers to a service providing high-speed wireless internet connections to people on the move to reach 8-9 million by 2007 after a commercial roll-out in April next year.
Staff Writers Nov 15 2005, 3:00PM Mobility
Microsoft threatens to withdraw Windows in South Korea

Microsoft threatens to withdraw Windows in South Korea

Microsoft has threatened to withdraw its Windows software from South Korea if the country's antitrust agency orders it to unbundle its Instant Messenger and Media Player from the operating system.
Staff Writers Oct 31 2005, 10:00AM Software
Computers donated by South Korea stolen in Iraq

Computers donated by South Korea stolen in Iraq

Armed Iraqis stole millions of dollars worth of personal computers and internet equipment donated by South Korea while it was being transported near Baghdad late last month, according to a South Korean official.
Staff Writers Oct 19 2005, 10:00AM Hardware

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