With Foxconn in tow, Mozilla's Firefox OS ambitions are looking increasingly real.
Pegatron is staffing up, with 40,000 new workers expected to join the company in the second half of 2013, and it said that 60 percent of its 2013 revenue would come from the second half of 2013.
Hon Hai, Foxconn's parent, licenses Microsoft's patents so it can be legally clear to make Android devices.
Hon Hai Precision Industry, better known as Foxconn, reported an almost 20 percent drop in earnings in the past quarter. The problem, apparently, is lower than expected iPhone sales.
While the majority of gadgets are assembled overseas, wearable computing gadget Google Glass will be manufactured within the U.S, according to a Financial Times report.
Foxconn is following through on its promises to improve the working conditions of its factory workers.
Apple's tiny computer is on the rise.
The latest rumor to circulate around the Internet about Apple's alleged television set indicates that the company has taken another baby step by testing the product outside its offices.
Manufacturing the world's most well-engineered smartphone is still proving to be a tough task for Foxconn.
Apparently it's not easy to assemble one of the world's thinnest and lightest smartphones. Who would have guessed?
Foxconn, a major supplier to technology companies such as Apple and Microsoft, admitted today that it hired 14-year-old interns, breaking Chinese law.
Thousands of Foxconn factory workers went on strike this week, according to China Labor Watch, saying the manufacturer turned a blind eye to employee violence, and won't provide proper training despite high product quality expectations.
Apple is apparently looks to revise the standard earphones that come with its mobile devices.
Electronics manufacturer Foxconn, which has gained notoriety as Apple’s key manufacturing partner for mobile devices, is in talks to open a $1 billion facility in Indonesia.
The aim: making “good quality products and make them available in the markets at …
Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn will soon ready its plants to manufacture a television made by Apple, according to China Daily.
We’ve routinely heard reports that Apple’s “iTV” will be coming to the market before the end of 2012, but now …
Know what’s expensive? Improving the working conditions of weary Chinese factory employees.
The prominent electronics manufacturer Foxconn learned that the hard way when its efforts to improve working conditions and wages cut into its profits. Fortunately for Foxconn shareholders, Apple …
Score one for human rights, zero for an Apple supplier’s bottom line. Foxconn parent company Hon Hai Precision Industry posted lower profits than usual in the first quarter of 2012 due to higher employee costs.
These costs are directly related …
Looks like there are more audits are in Apple’s future, this time exploring its environmental cost. The company has teamed up with the Institute of Public and Environmental Affairs (IPE) to audit one of its Chinese circuit-board factories.
IPE, which …
Apple has been rightly criticized for the labor conditions in the factories that make its iPhones, iPads and Macs. Apple has vowed to fix those problems. But other manufacturers have done far less.
Foxconn announced major reforms yesterday after an investigation by the Fair Labor Association found conditions that violated both the FLA’s standards and Chinese legal regulations. But while American’s may be comforting themselves that their shiny new iPhones and iPads are …