South Korean automaker Hyundai made a splash this week at the Seoul Motor Show with the debut of a rather odd personal transport vehicle that makes the Segway look absolutely conservative.
A new method of branding films in South Korea could also point the way toward innovating the way we access the mobile Web.
As if we needed more reasons to tell you how advanced South Korean society is in terms of integrating technology in innovative ways, here comes the virtual grocery store on subway platforms. Yep, they can shop for groceries, while waiting for the train to arrive. How efficient is that?
Four years from now, South Korea will have solved the largest issue to plague educational institutions and students since the beginning of time: hunchbacks. Embracing tablets, its government plans to completely replace heavy paper textbooks with tablets and e-book in every single school by 2015.
Hey, speaking of broadband penetration, why don't we take a look at what South Korea, the world leader in Internet tech, is doing? Oh, looks like they're driving around in an RV stuffed to the gills with tech, showing off an LTE-Advanced network that can wirelessly suck in 700MB of data in under 10 seconds. So, just another Wednesday in South Korea.
Sheee-yoot, now this one humdinger of a crane. If you look at the tine silhouettes of the people in rafts around the warship (well, half of the warship), you really get a sense of just how big this thing must be.
The Firefighters Assistant Robot, developed by Hoya Robot of South Korea, is designed to head directly into fires and let firefighters know just what the situation is inside. Able to operate in fires for up to 30 minutes, withstand drops...
While the University of Florida tries to figure out how to harness energy from the Gulf Stream without killing any manatees, a British company plans to drop 300 60-foot tall underwater energy-harvesting turbines into the deep waters off of...