South Korea is a pioneer in the 5G era, having launched the world’s first commercial 5G network on April 3, 2019. Since then, the country has continued to lead the way in 5G development, adoption, and innovation.
While Samsung Electronics’ new product ‘Galaxy Note 20’ is showing signs of success, there is a story that the Galaxy Note series may disappear from next year. Samsung Electronics’ reaction to this theory is that “there is nothing fixed”, but the story that the Galaxy S series and the Fold series can be equipped with… Continue reading Rumors “Galaxy notes will disappear from next year”
I’ve never really been much for headphones or earphones until this year, with more time spent at home because of the current Corona virus situation, I’ve wanted some privacy when listening to music, playing games and watching videos. So let me introduce the OneOdio M Wireless Studio M Y80B headphones, direct from AliExpress shipped from… Continue reading Tech from China – OneOdio M Studio Headphones
Samsung Electronics unveiled two new products under the Galaxy A-series brand, a budget priced lineup. Both will be 5G ready models, the Galaxy A71 5G and the Galaxy A51 5G. The Galaxy A71 5G and Galaxy A51 5G come equipped with 6.7-inch and 6.5-inch displays, respectively. They both use the ‘Infinity-O’ display with a hole in the… Continue reading Budget 5G Samsung phones
It is now possible to use transportation cards with iPhones in Korea. Telcuon, a Korean smart card-based fintech security solution company, is the first company in South Korea to use NFC (near field communication) based on an iOS transportation app called ‘NFC BBIK (삨)’. The iPhone’s exclusive transportation card app ‘NFC BBIK’ is based on… Continue reading Telcuon launches Korean transportation NFC app for iPhone
The Korean government announced that 5G had reached over 1 million subscribers on June 10th taking only 69 days, beating the previous record of 80 days for LTE uptake. With Reports of subscriptions to the new technology in the country expected to reach between 4 to 5 million before the end of the year, carriers… Continue reading 5G in Korea is it worth it?
I remember sitting in front of my computer during New Year’s eve browsing Twitter and begun noticing a lot of mentions about a place in China called Wuhan, videos and pictures showing people falling down in the streets and becoming very ill and dying. Links to the Chinese social media Weibo showed accounts of hospitals… Continue reading Coronavirus in South Korea
I’ve had a 2011 Mac Mini now for several years, it had been a daily driver of sorts moving between countries to use for video editing and some graphic design work. I left in sitting on my shelf now for over a year, it’s always been looking at me and with the recent time I’ve… Continue reading Upgrading my Mac Mini
Smart home devices seems to be all the rage and I for one love them! I have a range of connected devices all over the house, they let me know the latest news on a morning, turn on and tune in my TV to a certain channel, alert me of people at my door, detect… Continue reading Hej Smart Home LED
Over the years I’ve reviewed a number of places on Google Maps, pretty much worldwide, from little coffee shops to big chain restaurants. My phone always buzzing me and asking me if I’d visited a particular place, asking me how I thought it was and to give the establishment a rating of up to five… Continue reading Google Socks