Amazon worker does a Foxconn
Published in News


12 stories without a safety net

An angry Amazon employee sent an email to hundreds of co-workers, including Chief Executive Officer Jeff Bezos before flinging himself off Amazon’s 12-story Apollo building.

Trump ready to bribe Apple to move back to the US
Published in News


Subsiding production like all good socialists

Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump has said that he is prepared to offer all sorts of sweeteners so that Apple will set up a plant in the US.

Apple prices to double if Trump forces it to return
Published in Mobiles


The cost of “Made in America”

Apple’s assembler Foxconn has been looking at the possibity of setting up iPhone production to the US before Donald “Prince of Orange” Trump orders the US company to do so.

Taiwan’s smartphone sales decline
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Lower than expected results


Shipments of smartphones by Taiwan-based brand vendors and handset ODMs showed a surprise fall.

Sharp might be waking up
Published in News


Expects significant improvement

Troubled Japanese telly maker Sharp is expecting significant improvement in annual profit due to restructuring with its new owner Foxconn.

Foxconn installs Pork Explosion backdoor into Android gear
Published in Mobiles


Porca misera

Android devices containing Foxconn firmware might have a backdoor thanks to a debugging feature left inside the OS bootloader.

Sharp to spend $570 million on OLED
Published in Graphics


Back in the game

Japan's Sharp is to spend $570 million on its OLED screen business in one of the first major investments since it was taken over by Foxconn.

Work begins on PS4 Pro
Published in Games
26 September 2016

Work begins on PS4 Pro


Ready for November 10

Foxconn and Pegatron have begun production of the PlayStation 4 Pro.

Auto makers complacent about IT rivals
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Turning everything upside down

When, and it is  a when rather than an if, autonomous driving cars really begin to tick, it’s going to turn the whole motoring industry upside down.

Microsoft releases a $37 feature phone
Published in Mobiles


Still making Nokias

Software king of the world Microsoft appears to be still making Nokia phones, despite flogging  its feature phone business to a subsidiary of Foxconn.