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Region-exclusive smartphone colors need to stop, please

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 Plus hands-on

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The U.S. phone market is about to get even more expensive (Continuously Updated)

Recent escalations in the U.S. - China trade war could make your new smartphone more expensive than ever.
David ImelAugust 1, 2019335 shares

Foxconn buys Belkin, adding routers and smart home products to its portfolio

Foxconn buys Belkin, giving the electronics manufacturer control over Belkin accessories, Linksys routers, and Wemo and Phyn smart home products.
C. Scott BrownMarch 28, 2018260 shares

Who knew: Reviving Nokia costs a fortune

Nokia smartphones and feature phones are costing the new owners of the Nokia brand a surprising amount of cash.
Tristan RaynerMarch 23, 20181052 shares

Sprint, Foxconn, and Comcast named in America’s most hated companies poll

Sprint ranked seventh, while Foxconn and Comcast finished sixth and 15th, respectively.
Williams PelegrinFebruary 2, 2018494 shares

The rise of Foxconn and Terry Gou, and shaking the Apple shackles

Foxconn may be best known for manufacturing Apple's iPhone, but there's more to this quickly expanding electronics giant.
Tristan RaynerDecember 18, 2017160 shares

Qualcomm hit with $773 million fine in Taiwan for antitrust violations

Qualcomm, the maker of Snapdragon processors, is being fined $773 million by a Taiwanese regulatory group for breaking local antitrust laws.
Matt AdamsOctober 11, 2017238 shares

Apparently Apple wants to join forces with Foxconn on Toshiba bid

Apple is reportedly considering partnering up with Foxconn in hopes of increasing its chances of closing the deal with Toshiba for its memory business.
Mitja RutnikApril 14, 2017154 shares

Foxconn and Sharp team up to launch $8.8 billion LCD panel factory in China

Foxconn and Sharp announced plans to build an $8.8 billion TV LCD panel factory in China, which will begin operations in 2019.
John CallahamDecember 30, 2016389 shares

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.
Quinten PlummerSeptember 16, 2016527 shares

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.”
John DyeMay 25, 2016939 shares
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