Daily Archive: January 6, 2020

Mitsubishi Motors and Otonomo Partner to Deliver Connected Car Applications and Services to Benefit Drivers and Cities

Mitsubishi Motors’ drivers in Europe and North America will be able to take advantage of new apps and services based on connected car data Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Otonomo, the leading Automotive Data Services Platform, today announced that it has entered into commercial agreement with Mitsubishi Motors on an initiative […]

Wi-Fi Alliance® brings Wi-Fi 6 into 6 GHz

Wi-Fi 6E will rapidly deliver benefits in 6 GHz once available AUSTIN, Texas, Jan. 06, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Wi-Fi Alliance® is introducing new terminology to distinguish forthcoming Wi-Fi 6 devices that are capable of 6 GHz operation, an important portion of unlicensed spectrum that may soon be made available by regulators around the world. […]

S. Korea to hold NSC meeting on Iran issue

SEOUL– South Korea’s top security officials will have a National Security Council (NSC) meeting to discuss the current Iran crisis on Monday afternoon, Cheong Wa Dae said.President Moon Jae-in instructed the members of the NSC standing committee to cl…

USFK declines to comment on reported deployment of MQ-9 drones

SEOUL– U.S. Forces Korea declined Monday to confirm a news report that the type of strike drones used in the recent killing of a top Iranian general has been deployed to South Korea.The local evening daily Munhwa Ilbo reported that the U.S. “tentative…

Joseon palaces, tombs draw record number of visitors in 2019

SEOUL– A record high of 13.38 million people visited the four major royal palaces and tombs of the Joseon Dynasty (1392-1910) last year, a government agency said Monday.According to the Royal Palaces and Tombs Center under the Cultural Heritage Admini…

Number of fires, fire deaths fall in 2019

SEOUL– The number of fires and fire deaths in South Korea fell last year from the previous year, but the volume of property damage caused by fires surged to a record volume, according to data released by a government agency Monday.The National Fire Ag…

Parties decide to put off plenary meeting to Thursday

SEOUL– Political parties agreed Monday to convene a parliamentary plenary session to deal with contentious prosecution reform bills later this week, after a confirmation hearing for the prime minister nominee.The ruling Democratic Party (DP) had wante…

S. Korea’s NSC discusses Middle East security conditions

SEOUL– South Korea’s National Security Council reviewed ways Monday to contribute to the international community’s efforts to help stabilize the security situations in the Middle East, Cheong Wa Dae said, as its members held an emergency meeting to fo…

Cheong Wa Dae replaces secretaries in organizational change

SEOUL– Cheong Wa Dae announced an organizational change and the replacement of some secretaries Monday as part of efforts to streamline its operations and put fresh vigor into state affairs.The measure was made public a day before President Moon Jae-i…