North Korea, one of the world’s few remaining information black holes, has taken the first step toward a fully fledged connection to the Internet.
Articles by Martyn Williams
Everday North and South Korea send news, information and propaganda across the 38th parallel. This video looks at that battle of the airwaves.
North Korea has been quietly building up its IT industry and a handful of companies are looking overseas for business.
Pyongyang, June 10 (KCNA) — The Samjiyon Information Center under the Korean Computer Centre has of late made new programs. Full story: KCNA
Voice of Korea, the DPRK’s international shortwave broadcasting service, is on the air everyday in several languages. The English language broadcasts appear to be refreshed during the day (local time)…
Koryolink, North Korea’s only 3G cellular operator, saw sales more than double in the first three months of this year as it expanded its network coverage and enjoyed continued demand…
Pyongyang, April 28 (KCNA) — Kim Il Sung University, the highest seat of the Juche-based education, boasts its E-Library, an ultramodern education, science information service center. Full story: KCNA
North Korea is planning to begin producing its own 3G handsets, according to a report from telecom-analyst TeleGeography, which in turn quotes the Chosun Simbo. Source: “Govt to produce own…
Pyongyang, April 12 (KCNA) — General Secretary Kim Jong Il gave field guidance to the newly-built E-Library at Kim Il Sung University. Source: KCNA