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SEOUL: Shin Kyuk-ho, a wartime migrant to Japan who returned home to build a little-known chewing-gum maker into Lotte Group, South Korea’s biggest retailer, has died. He was 97.
SINGAPORE: The Straits Times (ST) turns 175 this year and plans a product revamp across all platforms. Readers can expect new and more engaging print content, as well as enhancements to the ST app and website.
Huawei’s global smartphone shipments surpassed 240 million units in 2019 as it fought off US blacklist
Huawei was the only one of the top-five global smartphone vendors to achieve double-digit growth in smartphone sales in the third quarter of 2019.
KUALA LUMPUR: Melaka Green Technology Corporation chief executive officer S. Chandru has pleaded not guilty in the High Court here to three charges linked to the LTTE terrorist group.
Seoul: The retrial of ousted former South Korean president Park Geun-hye began over the sprawling corruption scandal that saw her impeached, convicted and jailed, only for the hearing to end after five minutes.
HANOI: Vietnam recorded a trade surplus of US$11.12bil last year, widening from a surplus of US$6.8bil in 2018, customs data released on Monday (Jan 13) showed, with smartphones, garments and electronic home appliances among the largest export earners.
LAS VEGAS/SINGAPORE: A Samsung lab on Tuesday (Jan 7) unveiled a digital avatar it described as an AI-powered "artificial human, " claiming it is able to "converse and sympathise" like real people.
SEOUL (The Korea Herald/ANN): Living together with multiple robots that assist humans in everyday life at home is no longer a distant future.
SINGAPORE/SEOUL: Samsung Electronics Co. said it will introduce new products at an event in San Francisco next month.The launch of "new, innovative devices that will shape the next decade of mobile experiences” will take place on Feb 11 at 11 am local time.
Korean Air boss Cho Won-tae, brother of ‘nut rage’ heiress, injures mum in Christmas Day feud over power control
Cho Won-tae visited his mother for a festive celebration, only for things to get ugly during a discussion over the future of the family business His sister, Cho Hyun-ah, who caused the infamous ‘nut rage’ scandal, has accused him of sidelining his two sisters in managing the family’s conglomerate