Displaying items by tag: Foxconn

With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

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With Toshiba since the early 90s, and since February 2020, Dynabook's ANZ Product Marketing Manager, Matthew Tumminello long career has given him unique insight into one of the world's top PC makers, now reborn into a dynamic 36-year old startup.

Published in Business IT

Production of the iPhone 12 at Foxconn's plant in India's Tamil Nadu state has fallen by more than half due to employees being hit by COVID-19, the British news agency Reuters reports.

Published in Mobility

After having started Belkin in his garage nearly 38 years ago, Belkin founder Chet Pipkin created an amazing company that remains a market leader to this day, with products worthy of being featured in Apple iPhone keynotes, and now he becomes Executive Chairman of the Board as he appoints a 16-year veteran of Belkin to be its new CEO.

Published in People Moves

A branch of the global technology company Foxconn — known as Hon Hai Technology Group in its original domicile Taiwan — has been hit by a group using the Windows DoppelPaymer ransomware which has leaked a few company documents on the dark web.

Published in Security

The US obsession with Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies may be well-intentioned, but could end up seriously harming the country's economy and national security, a senior adviser and trustee chair in Chinese Business and Economics at the Centre for Strategic and International Studies in Washington DC, says, in an article written as a brief for the Centre and sent to subscribers of The China Wire website in its weekly email titled "What we're reading this week".

Published in Government Tech Policy

Apple is thinking of making substantive changes in its supply chain and has asked its major suppliers to analyse the costs that would be involved in moving between 15% and 30% of production from China to countries like India, Vietnam, Mexico, Indonesia and Malaysia.

Published in Government Tech Policy

Billed as making "meetings and communications smoother and more productive", Sharp's Huddle Board is a series of Windows 10-powered devices that bring the ultra modern office experience to modern offices.

Published in Enterprise Solutions
Wednesday, 30 May 2018 15:13

Nvidia HGX-2 handles AI and HPC

Nvidia's new HGX-2 is designed for both artificial intelligence and high-performance computing.

Published in Cloud

Technology companies normally occupy the top ranks in many areas of business, including dodging taxes, but this time they appear to have been beaten by the oil company ExxonMobil.

Published in Strategy
Wednesday, 15 November 2017 11:08

iPhone production issues hit Foxconn profits

Taiwan company Foxconn Technology has recorded a 39% drop in profit for the quarter ending September compared to the corresponding period a year ago, a fall that appears to be attributable in part to production difficulties with the iPhone.

Chip maker Qualcomm has filed yet another suit against Apple, this time accusing the latter of breaking a software licence contract in order to benefit Intel in the making of broadband modems.

Published in Strategy

A consortium comprising Apple, Dell Technologies and Bain Capital has reportedly agreed to acquire Toshiba's NAND flash memory manufacturing unit.

Published in Deals

Taiwan manufacturers Foxconn, Pegatron, Compal and Wistron have joined Apple in its legal battle against Qualcomm, charging that the chip maker overcharges for patent licences and breaks anti-trust laws.

Published in Strategy

A major iPhone assembler has reported its first annual decline in sales since it became a public entity in 1991.

Published in Market
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Apple has looked at shifting part of its iPhone production back to the US, according to a report in the Japanese news website Nikkei Asian Review.

Published in Mobility

Reader Scott (his nom de plume) has suggested iTWire was Apple bashing in reporting accurately the China Labour Watch report titled “Apple making big profits, but Chinese workers wages on the slide.”

Published in ShawThing

Nokia’s Symbian-based smartphones from the last decade are seen as today’s "feature phones",’ and it’s a business Microsoft is selling to Foxconn and HMD Global.

Published in Deals

LCD component supplier Sharp has announced a $2.3 billion dollar annual loss and laid of 10% of its global workforce.

Published in Listed Tech

Nokia Technologies holds over 10,000 patents, writes software and licenses the N1 Android tablet design to Foxconn, is thinking of getting back into the smartphone business.

Published in Mobility
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