* Date : 2015-06-05
Plastic Cards Needless in Mobile Wallet Age
Cash or credit? There is one more option to pay in Korea – digital. In the world's most wired nation, plastic cards are no longer necessary for payment. Electronic credit cards instead in traditional plastic form can be ready in 24 hours after application and authorization made all on a smartphone. The industry expects to save $1.1 billion in plastic card production. Will digital wallet replace plastic cards?
Entering the World of Hyperconnectivity, 2015 World IT Show
The 2015 World IT Show, Korea's largest ICT exhibition took place recently, showcasing technologies enabling a hyperconnected world where networks can be formed between objects and humans. From 5G communication technology to innovative Internet of Things services, let's find out about the latest IT trends at the World IT show.
Archidraw – Making Home Designing Easy and Cheap
Who does not want to remodel and redesign homes like those that appear on magazines? But most do not think of it because of the cost. Even if you have the aesthetic taste, you would have to seek professionals. Professional architects developed affordable and portable 3D space scanner that can make the job easy. We introduce a startup company that aspires to make home designing easier and cheap.
Do High-Resolution Smartphone Cameras Take Better Pictures?
With more people opting for smartphone cameras over digital cameras, there is a growing interest in camera specifications. Smartphone buyers often check the camera's pixel count when purchasing a new phone. Smartphone makers are advertising enhanced camera features, with some unveiling their latest models equipped with a 16-megapixel camera. Do higher pixels mean better pictures? This week, we'll debunk myths associated with smartphone camera pixels.