North Korea is, to all intents and purposes, ad-free, giving its packaging design, streetscapes and shops a unique look, but for how much longer?
PHOTO ESSAY: North Korea is still largely ad-free, and 'app store' has a very different meaning there. But as a longtime APAC marketer found on a recent visit, interesting changes are underway.
South Korea’s capital is shaking off its geopolitical curse to win business ahead of the PyeongChang Winter Games.
PYONGYANG - Four years after North Korea's ban on phones had people thrown in prison camps or potentially executed for owning one, the state is about to register its one millionth cellphone user.
PYONGYANG - North Korea's national airline Air Koryo, is looking to increase tourism to the secretive state. It is operating a light-hearted Facebook page to attract fans.
GLOBAL – According to post-World Cup 2010 analysis reports on Google and Twitter's blogs, fans across the world stop searching and started tweeting for the duration of the 90-minute games.
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