An electric car that folds on demand!?

The Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) has been impressing us with the electric vehicle research it has been doing of late, such as the development and trial of technology that allows electric buses to be charged wirelessly via special plates in the ground as they go about on their routes.

Wireless power transfer tested on Korean railway

Korean engineers have developed a new wireless power transfer technology for railways, harbor freight and airport.

Apple and Samsung face Korean sales ban

As a US jury prepares to deliver its verdict in the high-profile patent case between Apple and Samsung, a South Korean court has determined that they've both been copying each other's products.

Titanic hitting theaters in 4D?!

Titanic, the movie that made James Cameron king of the world, is back in theaters in 3D. 

Samsung seeks to ban iPhone 5 in Korea

The nasty patent war between Samsung and Apple looks to be entering a new chapter.

27,000 Koreans sue Apple over location tracking

You'd probably be a bit twitchy about privacy too if you lived right next door to North Korea - and 27,000 South Koreans have launched a class-action lawsuit against Apple over alleged location tracking.

Finger length gives away penis size

You may want to get your ruler out at this point. South Korean researchers have discovered that there's a link between finger length and the length of a man's penis.

Sarah Palin defends Korea SNAFU on Facebook

Sarah Palin mistakenly confused democratic South Korea with its communist northern neighbor. But hey, these things happen to the best of us, right?

US not safe from nuclear attack, say scientists

The US government's new strategy for nuclear war is a 'dangerous fantasy', according to an independent group of scientists.

North Korean Linux tips up

One would usually expect a news article beginning with the words “North Korea has reportedly developed its own…” to end with something of a nuclear bang, but while potentially explosive, this particular bit of news can only really harm Microsoft.