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Xiaomi reportedly working on $470 laptop with Samsung, others due early 2016

China’s smartphone giant Xiaomi is reportedly working on its own line of laptops with partners including Inventec and Foxconn for release in early 2016, according to a report by DigitTimes Tuesday. Samsung may also be tapped to supply the chips and displays, according to a separate report from Bloomberg Wednesday. DigiTimes, which is initially predicting a 15-inch […]

The Turing Phone will begin shipping on December 18

We have seen some pretty unique designs on Android phones in the past, but the Turing Phone is likely the craziest in recent memory. Turing Robotic Industries, the company behind the Turing Phone, has announced that Foxconn will be the exclusive manufacturer of the smartphone, and shipments will begin on December 18. Show More Summary

China sentences 14 people in plot to convert US iPhones for Chinese networks

A court in the Chinese city of Zhengzhou has reportedly sentenced 14 people for hacking into a Foxconn database to steal digital identity certificates, in turn used to convert U.S. iPhones for Chinese networks.

Jail for Jailbreaking: Foxconn Workers Nabbed for iPhone Conversions

Apple's iPhone is typically much more expensive in China than in the U.S. -- and some employees at Foxconn found a way to illegally profit from that spread.

1More: China’s Answer to Beats

With an investment from Chinese smartphone maker Xiaomi Corp, three former Foxconn executives have established an audio device company called 1More Inc. to challenge Apple Inc.’s audio unit Beats Electronics LLC in the global market...

Apple suppliers Sharp, Foxconn in talks for LCD partnership - report

Japanese supplier Sharp is negotiating with Hon Hai Precision Industry -- better known as Foxconn -- on a deal that would see the former spin off its display panel business to create a new joint venture, according to a Monday report...

Rumored iPhone 6c Will Feature Touch ID And Apple Pay

According to the rumors, Apple is said to announce the iPhone 6c alongside the iPhone 6s and 6s Plus. In fact recent rumors have suggested that Foxconn is apparently hiring more workers so that they will be able to assemble three different Apple iPhone models. Show More Summary

Foxconn Employs More Workers For Another iPhone Model?

It looks like there is room for yet another iPhone model to arrive in due time, with the iPhone 6s and iPhone 6s Plus being more or less confirmed and ready to hit the market soon. Well, apparently Apple must have learned a whole lot...Show More Summary

iPhone 6c may be with you in time for Thanksgiving

Apple could release its 4-inch iPhone 6c in November, according to a new rumor coming out of the supply chain in China. The report claims that the handset is being assembled by regular Apple manufacturing partner Foxconn, which has started “mass-increasing” its workforce to deal with the task of building not one, not two, but […]

Rumor: Sharp, Foxconn tabbed to supply parts for 4M-5M 'iPad Pro' units this fall

The smoke surrounding Apple's long-rumored jumbo iPad is beginning to thicken, as whispers out of Asia suggest that the company has chosen Japanese firm Sharp and Taiwanese collaborator Foxconn to build and assemble touch modules for as many as 5 million 'iPad Pro' units.

The Changing Face of Shenzhen, the World's Gadget Factory

Mention Shenzhen to most people, and they’ll probably think of the vast Foxconn manufacturing plant that churns out high-end phones, tablets, laptops, and gaming consoles for the likes of Apple, Microsoft, Dell, and Sony. The size of...Show More Summary

Indian e-tailer’s funds will disappear in a flash

Online marketplace Snapdeal is raising $500 mln from investors led by Alibaba and Foxconn valuing it at $5 bln. Securing more big-name backers is a coup for the Indian start-up. But the huge discounts it offers to lure buyers and sellers means the new funds won’t last long.

Snapdeal Confirms $500M Investment From Alibaba, SoftBank and Foxconn

Indian e-commerce platform Snapdeal has confirmed that it received $500 million of funding from three of Asia’s largest tech companies: Alibaba, Foxconn, and SoftBank. Returning investors Temasek, BlackRock, Myriad, and Premji Invest also participated in the round. Read More

Alibaba, Foxconn Take Part in $500 Million Investment in Snapdeal

Indian e-commerce company raised $500 million in a fundraising round that valued the company at $5 billion.

Finally, Snapdeal Raises $500 Mn Funding From Alibaba, Foxconn and SoftBank, arguably the largest e-commerce firm in India, said today that it has raised $500 million in fresh funds in a round

Foxconn insider makes wild claim about a third new iPhone set for 2016 release

We feel pretty confident that Apple is only going to launch two new iPhone models at its big event in early September, but that doesn’t mean the company isn’t planning on putting out a new “iPhone 6c” somewhere down the line. G for Games...Show More Summary

Foxconn is cutting costs as Chinese smartphone market slows

Apple supplier Foxconn is reportedly cutting costs and widening its margins to keep ahead of the pack as the Chinese smartphone market slows, according to a new report. Although Foxconn’s CEO Terry Gou has been outspoken about his desire to not rely too heavily on any one company, Foxconn currently gets around half of its […]

Apple supplier Foxconn seen cutting costs to cope with Chinese economy, slowing smartphone market

Apple's primary assembly partner, Hon Hai -- better known as Foxconn -- beat gross profit estimates for the June quarter, but in what may be a sign that the manufacturer cut costs to cope with weaker demand, a report said on Friday.

Foxconn pledges $5b investment in India amid rising Chinese labour costs

Taiwanese manufacturer Foxconn which produces a variety of Apple products announced plans to invest as much as US$5 billion in India's Maharashtra state as labour costs in China continue to rise.

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