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Google Wifi review

by David Imel 1 day ago7 comments

ASUS ZenFone 3 Deluxe review

by Lanh Nguyen 23 hours ago13 comments

Three things Android Wear needs to succeed

by John Callaham 2 days ago31 comments

Android Nougat on the OnePlus 3 is impressive, even in beta

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132 articles

Samsung sells off Sharp shares after losing bid to Foxconn

Once the fifth largest stakeholder in Sharp and a potential buyer of the Japanese electronics company, Samsung has ditched all of its shares in Sharp.
by Quinten PlummerSeptember 16, 20169

Foxconn has replaced 60,000 human workers with robots

Or, as a government official chose to phrase it, a Foxconn factory has “reduced employee strength from 110,000 to 50,000 thanks to the introduction of robots.”
by John DyeMay 25, 201632

Foxconn finalizes takeover of Sharp after reducing the price to $3.5 billion

After a month long delay, Foxconn has completed its acquisition of display manufacturer Sharp at a cost of 389 billion yen (approximately $3.5 billion).
by Robert TriggsMarch 30, 20162

Foxconn puts $5.8 billion Sharp takeover deal on hold at the last minute

Struggling Japanese electronics firm Sharp had almost secured a takeover deal with manufacturer Foxconn today, but the plans have been put on hold at the last minute.
by Robert TriggsFebruary 25, 20168

Apple device maker bids for Sharp

Foxconn is throwing so much money at the deal that Sharp might not really have a choice.
by John DyeJanuary 21, 20168

Nokia looking to partner with a manufacturer, license its brand for future smartphones

Fasten your seat belts - Nokia is looking for a partner to help it bring new devices to market. Who will it be? Click through to read our thoughts and official details.
by Edgar CervantesJuly 13, 201524

Report: BlackBerry working on multiple Android devices with Taiwanese ODMs

A report out of Taiwan claims that BlackBerry's upcoming Android handsets will be produced by a number of ODMs who will also handle R&D and marketing costs.
by Matthew BensonJuly 10, 20156

Foxconn pumps money into Cyanogen – is there a link to Nokia?

If Nokia was ever to get back into the smartphone market it could use Foxconn to design and build its phones,.. and maybe use Cyanogen OS?
by Gary SimsMay 12, 201517

Nokia N1 tablet up for pre-order in China for $260

The impressive Nokia N1 (built and sold by Foxconn) is now avalible for pre-order in China. It will retail for about $250 and hit stores 1/29.
by Matthew BensonJanuary 7, 201532

Foxconn’s little known secret – InFocus (updated)

Foxconn has its own smartphone brand. Next to all those iPhones that are rolling off the assembly lines, there are Android smartphones sold under the InFocus brand.
by Gary SimsDecember 5, 201412
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