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South Koreans now MAD at Apple as a Country, not just about Samsung anymore.

(A typical comments box at a Korean website)

South Koreans are now deeply hurt and mad at Apple as a whole country about Apple’s recent lawsuit to Samsung’s Galaxy Tab 10.1, which has been halted of sales in Europe.

So what?

There’s evidence that Apple has altered evidence images, as see here:

One thing I (and probably most people of the world) have no tolerance of cheating, stealing, and lying. Clearly, App

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South Koreans “Not Happy” at Apple and Steve Jobs!

According to numerous Korean tech sites I have read through just now, South Koreans are very “unhappy” about the fact that Apple and Steve Jobs left out South Korea from its iPhone 4 launch.  While many other countries including UK customers have gotten hands-on the iPhone 4, South Korea has been left out, where it has a strong hold on smartphone consumers.

In addition, South Korea’s only iPhone provider KT, is having trouble explaining to customers when exactly iPhone 4 will be available.  KT is currently able to sell iPhone 3Gs 8GB versions, 16GB and 32GB are ha

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Samsung AMOLED SPH-W8500 – Looking at the Future!

While Apple has been fighting over Google for VOIP in the US over its over-marketed iPhones, South Koreans have been enjoying the future of smartphones, AMOLED-based phones with NVIDIA chip that can play DivX videos like this flawlessly: (and also stream very fast using WiMax)  Also, the phone comes with GPS navigation, 5 megapixel camera w/ cropping software, SRS surround sound, and more it looks like.

*Note – Compare WVGA AMOLED 800×480 pixel LCD on

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Fridge DIY – How to Convert a Chest Freezer into a Refrigerator!

Here’s a super, innovative way to convert a chest freezer into a highly, efficient refrigerator.  (See PDF schematics here.)

My chest fridge (Vestfrost freezer turned into a fridge) consumes about 0.1 kWh a day. It works only about 2 minutes per hour. At all other times it is perfectly quiet and consumes no power whatsoever. My wind/solar system batteries and power-sensing inverter simply

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WiMax/WiBro Routers Available in South Korea!

While Sprint is still trying to get WiMax up and running in America by year 2010, (that’s the year it should be available in every city in the US, according to a Sprint rep I talked to last week) South Koreans have been enjoying it for the last couple years and now they have a WiBro router that instantly turns any location into a WiFi hotspot with fast upload/download speeds than you can imagine.

Of course, you can pick one up in South Korea (and use it in South Korea only) but I c

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