Korean IT companies are furious over Google’s Monday announcement that it would collect a 30 percent commission on all in-app purchases in applications downloaded from its Play Store starting early next year.
Kakao’s mobile payment service Kakao Pay is preparing to go public by the first half of next year confirmed the company's spokesperson on Monday.
LG U+ will partner with Google to collaborate on mobile edge computing (MEC), a technique that brings computation and data storage closer to the devices being used to reduce latency on 5G networks.
Reporting cases of sexual harassment or verbal violence isn't easy for employees of state-owned corporations, which, compared to private companies, tend to have more conservative office cultures.
More than two million accounts have been opened with Kakao Pay Securities since the new brokerage was established in February, the mobile securities firm said Monday.
Naver and Kakao announced separately Thursday they have each received temporary approval from the ICT Ministry to operate mobile driver’s license services under regulatory sandbox conditions.
Online shopping in Korea hit record levels in July, and another record is expected in August as an increase in Covid-19 cases in Seoul has driven more people to buy products on the internet.
A mobile ID system, studios for K-pop virtual concerts and the burying of power cables are some of the projects that are set to be funded by Korea's record 2021 budget.
Samsung Electronics' next foldable device, the Galaxy Z Fold2, will hit shelves in Korea on Sept. 18.
A video that appears to show an unreleased LG Electronics smartphone with a small secondary screen that twists out from behind the main display was released by Android Authority, a well-known outlet for tips and leaks on Android devices.