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China Is Becoming More Reliant on the World
With the Made in China 2025 initiative, Beijing aims to decrease dependency on foreign technology imports, but it’s also seeking foreign investments to modernize its technology sector.
Siri Is Learning Taiwanese
Apple is hiring an engineer to program Siri to “speak” Taiwanese.
Apple Announces ‘Human Rights Policy’ Following Criticism
The tech giant’s policy prohibits harassment and abuse and specifies a 60-hour maximum workweek, as well as at least one day off per week.
Taiwan Blasts China for Pressuring Apple, Amazon to Change Taiwan Designation
Taiwan slammed Beijing's 'brutal behaviors,' saying they show an 'evil intent' to diminish Taiwan's sovereignty.
Taiwan's Foxconn Is Considering Opening an iPhone Factory in Vietnam
The Taiwanese technology giant previously expressed an interest in evading the US-China trade war.
Why It's So Difficult for the US to Divorce Itself From China
Like it or not, rapidly 'decoupling' from China might get messy should the United States try it.
CARTOON: Apple 'Following the Law' in Removing VPN Apps, Says CEO
'We would obviously rather not remove the apps, but like we do in other countries, we follow the law wherever we do business,' says Tim Cook.
A Crackdown on Unfettered Internet Access Is Jeopardizing China’s Pro-Business Credentials
Aside from the practical limitations, the oppressive atmosphere would be hugely damaging at a time when China's economy is already slowing.
iPhone Workers Become Legendary Warriors in China's Internet Cafes
Neighborhood gaming centers give apathetic and aimless factory workers a portal to another life.
Humans Need Not Apply: Taiwan Company at Forefront of Automation Age with 60,000 Robots Making iPhones
The world's largest contract electronics maker has five "lights-out" factories that are fully automated and require no onsite human presence.