Will Foxconn Pivot Away From China?

Aggressive local competition and rising geopolitical risk make the contract electronics manufacturing giant’s China dependency more precarious than ever.


Desire for Perfection: Asia’s First iPhone Feature Film ‘I WeirDO’

Daphne K. Lee

Touted as Asia’s first feature film to be entirely shot on an iPhone, 'I WeirDO' examines human affection through a relationship built upon obsessive-compulsive disorder.


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.


ANALYSIS: The Pointless Inefficacy of Trump's China Trade War

The Conversation

China gets remarkably little added value from the tech products it exports to the United States.


iPhone Workers Become Legendary Warriors in China's Internet Cafes

Zhong Changqian

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

Central News Agency

The world's largest contract electronics maker has five "lights-out" factories that are fully automated and require no onsite human presence.


Affordable Chinese Phones May Become Favored Over iPhone, Research Shows


The struggling smartphone market is making a bit of a rebound thanks to a handful of Chinese companies.


An NYU Student Went Undercover at an iPhone Factory in China


One NYU graduate student shares a peek of what it's like to produce iPhones.


Smartphones Found to Have Worse Signal Reception Than Mobile Phones Ten Years Ago


Although packed with multiple functions, smartphones are not as good as old 2G handsets in terms of signal reception.

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