There is a new rumor going around, and it involves the folks over at Foxconn. It seems that the company which has come into the limelight for a fair number of years already due to its association with helping Apple manufacture a number of its products, is said to be re-entering India with new manufacturing facilities. Show More Summary
‘Designed in California’ read it somewhere? Yes, on the Apple product packages. Today, a immense news broke out that Maharashtra will be the first Indian state where Foxconn will be setting up it’s production factory for the Apple products. Show More Summary
Companies operating in China face tighter rules on pollution. Adam Jourdan and Sue-Lin Wong report... ||| Shanghai - Apple is planting trees, Mars may move to “zero carbon” and Foxconn Technology Company Ltd is spending millions of dollars to give its factories a “green” makeover, as companies operating in China face tighter rules on pollution. Show More Summary
SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Apple Inc is planting trees, Mars may move to 'zero carbon' and Foxconn Technology Co Ltd is spending millions of dollars to give its factories a 'green' makeover, as companies operating in China face tighter rules on pollution.
It appears that Foxconn may remain Apple's primary manufacturing partner this year, and will reportedly produce the vast majority of iPhone units, along with other upcoming products. Foxconn, also known as Hon Hai, will reportedly remain...Show More Summary
Longtime Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn will handle the bulk of production for the company's next-generation iPhone, and will also be the sole manufacturer of the anticipated 12.9-inch iPad, both on track to launch this fall, according to well-connected analyst Ming-Chi Kuo.
The manufacturing muscle behind the iPhone is backing the brains behind smart sports equipment.
Shares in Taiwan electronics contract manufacturing giant Hon Hai Precision, better known by its trade name “Foxconn,” rose by 3% this morning after the company said Friday net profit soared 55% in the first three months of 2015 amid increased sales. Revenue at the big supplier to Apple and other global electronics leaders climbed [...]
Asian manufacturer Hon Hai -- better known as Foxconn -- on Friday reported its highest first-quarter profit growth in a decade with a 56 percent jump year-over-year, driven at least in part by strong sales of the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus.
Strong demand for Apple's latest iPhones led Foxconn to new heights, with Apple's primary device assembler posting its highest first-quarter growth in ten years. Foxconn saw record-high profits in the first three months of 2015, thanks in large part to the strong demand for the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus. Show More Summary
Record iPhone sales helped Apple’s lead manufacturer Foxconn to achieve 56% growth in year-on-year earnings, Apple representing almost half the company’s turnover. Foxconn achieved its highest first quarter profit growth in a decade, reports the WSJ. Show More Summary
Could there be a Foxconn phone in our future?
Foxconn has become one of the world’s biggest tech suppliers thanks to its close relationship with Apple assembling iPhones and iPads, but the Chinese company is looking to hedge its bets by investing in the competing Cyanogen operating system. The … Read more ›
Chinese manufacturing giant Foxconn, best known for being an Apple supplier, has made a strategic investment in the Cyanogen version of the Android mobile OS. Read More
If Nokia was ever to get back into the smartphone market it could use Foxconn to design and build its phones,.. and maybe use Cyanogen OS?
Cyanogen has closed out their C round of investments with a strategic investment from Foxconn. The team at Cyanogen has ended another round of investments, this time with Foxconn pitching in as well. To date the company has raised $100 million in funding, while pushing forward to break Android away from Google.
ROBOTICS: Foxconn’s Robot Army Yet to Prove Match for Humans Lorraine Luk | The Wall Street Journal "While the company has automated more manufacturing processes for components and established some lights-out, or... read more
China’s love of taking selfies is catapulting Meitu, a Xiamen-based software developer of beautification smartphone applications. The company, valued at $ 2 billion after the latest funding round in April, has attracted almost a billion users for its selfie touch-up apps that can make one look whiter, taller and slimmer [...]
Taiwanese tech giant is aiming for a robotic labor revolution but high development costs and rapid changes in technology have slowed progress.