According to a report from China Daily, Foxconn chief Terry Gou spoke concerning the Apple iTV, a device that has been rumored for a long time.
Apple and Foxconn are to share the cost of improving working conditions at factories in China, Foxconn's CEO, Terry Gou, has revealed.
Details of a couple new all passively-cooled "Nano PCs" from Foxconn have emerged with an announcement soon to follow. The two new models include the AT-5300 which is powered by Intel's Atom D2700 processor, and an AMD E-450 "Brazos" APU powered variant in the AT-5600.
Apple and Foxconn have agreed to improve working conditions in Chinese factories after an independent investigation found a number of labour law violations.
On the week starting March 20th, NVIDIA will unveil GeForce products based on the Kepler GPU architecture. We got our hands on a board and saw very interesting solutions…
An auditor from the Fair Labor Association (FLA) said that Apple has reached a “Nike moment” in its history, referencing the negative publicity surrounding the working conditions at iPad and iPhone factories owned by Foxconn.
The Fair Labor Association (FLA) has revealed that working conditions at factories of Apple supplier Foxconn in China are “above average” and better than those at garment factories.
Apple has revealed that an independent non-profit labour group has launched a major investigation into the working conditions at a number of its suppliers, including the controversial Chinese firm Foxconn.
Pegatron Corp, a supplier of iPad 2 back panel parts to Apple, has reported an explosion at its plant in China, which left 61 employees injured, 23 of which needed to be hospitalised. The incident could affect Apple's supply chain.
Here are the first pictures of the Foxconn Quantum Force X79 in a form that’s almost ready for market. Quantum Force is Foxconn’s brand that targets the “gamer-overclocker” market, the same one that ASUS’ Republic of Gamers, Gigabyte’s G1.Killer, and ASRock’s Fatal1ty Professional motherboards target. Foxconn also has a knack of surprising some (pleasantly) with
Having first made waves at this year's Computex, it's time for Foxconn's premium socket LGA2011 motherboard, the Quantum Force X79, to get down to business. The channel brand of the OEM giant is gearing up for a Q4 2011 launch, and seems to have made some notable changes to the design we saw in June,
Most people will probably associate Foxconn with hardware components such as motherboards, but it seems that the Taiwan-based manufacturer has since decided to make a name for itself in the lucrative smartphone market by releasing a handset which will reportedly be sold under its own brand. And the name of the company's first attempt at
Finalised. We see loads of upcoming motherboards, graphics card and have sorted them out based on different manufacturers. Enjoy.
Foxconn is a company that has been very quiet for a long time when it comes to its motherboard channel business and has stuck with doing fairly entry level boards and its AMD A75 chipset based socket FM1 board doesn't appear to be changing things. In fact, this is one of the most basic A75
Lucky enough, we have spotted a great looking black and red themed board in one of the darkest rooms within COMPUTEX and this somehow rekindles our memories back to the days of first black and red board from Foxconn Quantum Force series : BloodRage. It is certainly pleasing to hear that Foxconn is determined