* Date : 2015-04-17
South Koreans, Proven Noodle-lovers Ranked as the World's Biggest Consumers
South Koreans consumed the biggest amount of noodles in the world last year. Consumption per head reached 9.7 kilograms, up nearly 1 percent from 2013. The increase of singles and working couples is deemed to be one reason. The prolonged slowdown that sent people looking for cheaper noodle meal is the other. We will study the socio- and economical background behind the growth in noodle consumption in Korea.
The Connected car, how far has it come?
The dominant topic of conversation in the auto industry has recently been the "connected car," in which communications technology has been embedded into automobiles. From operating a car via remote control using "smart" devices to self-driving, or autonomous car technology where the car is capable of sensing its environment and navigating without human input, and intelligent traffic systems that use wireless communications to link vehicles and road conditions, we'll take a look at where connected cars are at now, and what the future holds.
ISL Korea: creator of Bignote, a solution that can turn any surface into electronic whiteboard
ISL Korea has been born through a happy marriage of venture startup consulting expert and Interactive communications engineer. It has created a solution called Bignote which can turn any type of surface and display device - whether it be TV, PC, or beam projector - into a touch screen with its digital pen and portable camera. The company is tapping oversea market by first making inroads into Turkey, Vietnam, and Japan. Let's meet the company.
Can cactus or charcoal block electromagnetic waves?
Would putting cactuses or charcoal around televisions or computer monitors and pasting anti-radiation stickers to smartphones help prevent electromagnetic (EM) waves? Not really. Cactuses don't have a high ability to store electricity and experts say charcoal isn't very effective either. Commercially sold EM radiation protection stickers are known to shoot back to the body EM waves reflecting off the body. This week, we'll debunk myths surrounding electromagnatic waves.