Apple's manufacturing partner's revenue is returning to normal, but is worst over?
World's largest electronics contract manufacturer, Foxconn, has been one of the most carefully followed industry stories in the COVID-19 timeline. ......
Apple factories are running full steam but people aren't buying iPhones
World's leading contract manufacturer Foxconn has been struggling to keep up with production during the past few months. Factories in China ......
Smartphone sales plummets in China amid coronavirus woes
Car salesmen haven't had much action in China lately due to coronavirus. In fact, sales of automobiles has gone down 80 or even 90 percent, ......
Coronavirus now has implications for iPhone production?
Coronavirus, or COVID-19, has been causing problems in China, and as it has spread in dozens of other countries, it might become an issue elsewhere too. ......
iPhone-maker Foxconn not worried about coronavirus outbreak
The world's leading contract manufacturer, Foxconn, estimates that the spread of new coronavirus is not going to affect production in a significant ......
Foxconn: Apple won't feel the brunt of the trade war
The best example of the escalation of the trade war between China and the U.S. is of course Trump blacklisting world's number two smartphone ......
Massive iPhone manufacturer soon has a U.S. headquarters
The world's largest electronics contract manufacturer has established a new headquarters in the United States. The Taiwan based Foxconn is known ......
Apple and Foxconn investing billions in a new display plant in the U.S.?
Apple and Foxconn are in talks about a display manufacturing plant in the U.S., Nikkei reports. According to the paper, the two mega corporations ......
Foxconn closes deal for Sharp at $3.5 billion
Foxconn has completed their acquisition of struggling display maker Sharp, although the deal was at a significantly reduced price than when it was first announced.
Foxconn agrees to buy Sharp for $4 billion
After a few delays, Foxconn has agreed to purchase Sharp for $4 billion, with the deal expected next week.
Foxconn looks to close deal for Sharp by end of month
Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn is looking to close a proposed deal for struggling electronics maker Sharp before the end of the month.
Foxconn offers to buy struggling tech co. Sharp
Taiwanese manufacturing giant Foxconn has offered to purchase struggling electronics maker Sharp for ¥625 billion ($5.3 billion), handily outbidding a rival investment fund.
Apple's slowing sales hurting suppliers
Apple's rise to the top and success after it has been unparalleled. But as the saying, or the song, goes "what goes up must come down". And ......
Google buys communications technology patents from Foxconn
Foxconn has confirmed the sale of numerous communications technology patents to Google, although figures were not disclosed.
Foxconn to begin manufacturing TVs in U.S. soon?
According to the WSJ, Foxconn may begin manufacturing TVs in the U.S. in the near future.
Foxconn working with Google on robots
Foxconn, one of the largest manufacturers on the planet, has been secretly working with Google on their robotics dreams, says sources.
Foxconn pressured students into internships to build Sony PlayStation 4
Foxconn forced almost 1000 engineering students to accept internship positions to build the upcoming Sony PlayStation 4.
Foxconn making iPhone-compatible smartwatch
Foxconn has revealed a smartwatch that will be compatible with Apple's iPhones.
Foxconn parent disappoints with earnings thanks to slowing demand for iPhone
Apple accounts for 65 percent of Hon Hai's revenue
Codename 'iPhone Math' coming in June with 4.8-inch display
According to a new China Times report, Apple is working on a new iPhone, codenamed "Math" to launch along side the upcoming iPhone 5S in June. ......