In the past, we have discussed the confusion (sometimes intentionally) of what 5G technology actually entails. However, South Korea’s 3 major mobile operators, SK Telecom, kt, and LG Uplus, have plans to introduce commercial 5G technology by 2020-2021.

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On the same day as the opening ceremonies for the Sochi 2014 Olympics, Quest Visual, Inc. added a new language to their Word Lens Translator – you guessed it, Russian. Word Lens is a real time visual text translation service, categorized as an augmented reality application. Simply point your device’s camera at the desired text and it will be instantly translated right on your screen.

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Google Now within the Google Search app received new functionality today, bringing some options for event reminders, new voice commands and quick access to the Olympics. You can now call or text by voice command, keep up with the Olympics, speak to your phone in a few new languages and assign a method of travel and time buffer for event notifications.

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The 2012 Summer Olympics in London have come and gone, and the stage is set for the 2012 Paralympic Games to kick off. As one of the main sponsors of the big game, Samsung has just launched its Paralympic Blogger Program, where over 50 athletes from 19 countries can share their moment-in-the-sun stories with the rest of the world.

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BBC is one of the best news channels that keeps us abreast of all the important events around the globe, from local news up to the events of international significance. With the London Olympics now in motion, BBC also prepared something for Android users–the BBC Olympics app for Android–to keep them updated on the important happenings of this long-awaited international event. The app lets you stream videos of the Olympic games right to your Android live or on demand, along with news updates, commentaries, and interviews from BBC journalists themselves.  It’s Get exclusive Olympics news fast and easy through the…

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Last night’s Olympic Games opening ceremony was nothing less than dazzling. I was only able to watch parts of it, but from what I’ve seen and from the few videos that surfaced the web today, I can say it was the most spectacular opening that I have ever witnessed. Apparently, among the moments I missed there was a product placement artistic moment prominently featuring one of Samsung’s flagship devices, the Galaxy Note. According to a video released by Samsung this morning, 100 such devices were used during the opening ceremony. The “behind the scenes” video shows Martin Green, Head of…

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Right as we fervently waited for the official kick off of the 2012 Summer Olympic Games, Samsung made our day even brighter by unveiling two special edition Galaxy S3 phones. These will be available for sale in the UK soon and target British tech users who want to show their support for their Olympian heroes. The Games’ grand opening ceremony might start in just a few hours, but the Olympic fever won’t be easily quenchable across England for the next 17 days. That’s why, even if the two limited edition Galaxy S3 models won’t actually start selling until August 1,…

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SammyHub With the opening ceremony of the 2012 Summer Olympics about to officially kick off tomorrow, what better way to engross yourself in the quadrennial occasion than getting a matching Flip Cover for your Samsung Galaxy S3? We have to say the specially designed back cover looks pretty smashing, as it’s adorned with neat drawings of London’s many landmarks, such as the Big Ben, the red telephone box, the newly constructed The Shard, and others. The special Olympics Flip Cover for the Galaxy S3 is your best bet to score some local memorabilia and celebrate the fine men and women who are…

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In the spirit of the Olympic Games, Samsung has created the Samsung Hope Relay charity, which lets Samsung users contribute to good causes, and maintain their physical shape at the same time. How does it work? For every mile that you run with the associated app running on your device in your pocket, Samsung will donate ÂŁ1 to a good cause. How does it work? It’s exactly as you would expect, really. Once you have put your name and town into the app (and taken a goofy picture of yourself) you can start and stop your “runs”. Each time you…