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US hits Chinese and Russian firms over North Korea
Ten companies and six individuals in Russia and China are subject to a new round of US sanctions.
[BBC News Americas]

Guam official says the island is calm despite NKorea threat
TOKYO (AP) " The lieutenant governor of Guam has reassured Japanese that the U.S. territory is calm amid the recent tension between the U.S. and North Korea.Lt. Gov. Ray Tenorio said in Tokyo on Monday that Guam remains in a (...)
[nzherald.co.nz - world]

Is the tech bull run over? Nasdaq shellacked
North Korea nuclear headlines draw the blame for a broader slump. But Apple, Facebook, Netflix and other big tech stocks really led the market lower Thursday. Investors might be starting to ditch tech for safer havens.
[CNN Money]

Samsung chief on trial: Prosecutors want 12-year jail sentence
Prosecutors delivered their closing argument in South Korea's "trial of the century" on Monday, seeking a 12-year jail term for Samsung's Lee Jae-yong.
[CNN Money]

North Korea hackers 'want cash not secrets'
Banks in South Korea and elsewhere are being targeted for foreign currency, a report says.
[BBC]

North Korea hackers 'want cash not secrets'
Banks in South Korea and elsewhere are being targeted for foreign currency, a report says.
[BBC News]

Galaxy Note 8: Samsung's follow-up to exploding Note 7 to be unveiled on 23 August
Latest Samsung stylus-equipped Note phablet comes after disastrous Note 7 battery issues that led to two recalls and cost the company billions of pounds Samsung is to unveil the follow-up to its exploding Galaxy Note 7, expected to be called the Galaxy Note 8, on 23 August. The South Korean (...)
[The Guardian]

Samsung Expands Bixby Voice Capabilities in U.S. English
Today, Samsung is taking another step forward towards helping people get more out of their connected lives by introducing Bixby voice capabilities for U.S. English in the United States and Korea. Bixby's added functionality will let users seamlessly navigate their phones and easily switch (...)
[WebWire Mobile communications]

Samsung Expands Bixby Voice Capabilities in U.S. English
Today, Samsung is taking another step forward towards helping people get more out of their connected lives by introducing Bixby voice capabilities for U.S. English in the United States and Korea. Bixby's added functionality will let users seamlessly navigate their phones and easily switch (...)
[WebWire Internet technology]

Samsung Expands Bixby Voice Capabilities in U.S. English
Today, Samsung is taking another step forward towards helping people get more out of their connected lives by introducing Bixby voice capabilities for U.S. English in the United States and Korea. Bixby's added functionality will let users seamlessly navigate their phones and easily switch (...)
[WebWire Consumer electronics]

Not cheap as chips: Samsung to invest $18 billion in memory chip business
South Korean firm wants to expand lead in global memory chip amid booming demand for storage products Samsung Electronics will invest nearly $18bn in its chip business, the South Korean firm said Tuesday, as it seeks to expand its lead in the global memory chip and smartphone markets. The (...)
[The Guardian]

Samsung's Galaxy Note 7 is back!
Samsung says it's resurrecting the Galaxy Note 7 by selling a cheaper, refurbished version in South Korea starting Friday.
[CNN Money]

Samsung salvages Galaxy Note 7 parts for new phone
S Korean firm says it will "minimise the environmental impact" of its high-profile recall.
[BBC News]

Samsung salvages Galaxy Note 7 parts for new phone
S Korean firm says it will "minimise the environmental impact" of its high-profile recall.
[BBC]

If it quacks like a duck … will a car horn be less annoying?
Experts in South Korea think they have found a less irritating way to express your frustration with fellow motorists. Well, it beats flipping them the bird At the risk of sounding like Michael Gove, I think the problem with experts is that they don’t agree. Researchers in Seoul, having tested (...)
[The Guardian]

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