The South Korea tech giant is reportedly looking at investing upwards of $10 billion to build its most cutting edge logic chip producing plant in the United States.
Bank of Korea is seeking to step up its digitalization efforts with the launch of a new department that will focus on blockchain and artificial intelligence.
The technology giant unveiled its second-generation Secure Element chip S3FV9RR and "enhanced" software for smartphones.
Korean carrier SK Telecom launched what it says is the world’s first 5G smartphone. The phone is powered by blockchain technology which enhances security.
South Korea is committing to supporting blockchain technology and will issue a $3 million grant to support up to 9 companies building blockchain solutions.
Samsung’s latest generation of phones comes with the most advanced features, but it still supports a blockchain keystore that safely guards your private keys.
HTC has announced new staff cuts as it seeks to remain competitive and direct resources to specific areas, one of which is its blockchain-powered smartphone.
Blocko will play a big role in UAE’s push for blockchain integration into at least 50% of government services by 2021.
South Korean electronics giant Samsung is seeking to patent a “programmable blockchain solid state drive and switch.”
Blocko drew investment from Shinhan Bank, KEB Hana Bank and Dadam Investment, as well as Big Hit Entertainment and LB Investment.
Samsung extends its lead over other smartphone manufacturers by adding several new blockchain apps to its store.