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Faulty iPhones could cost Foxconn millions

Faulty iPhones could cost Foxconn millions

[UPDATE] Foxconn may have to pay a labor cost of 200 yuan (US$32) a piece, which adds up to about 1.6 billion yuan (US$256.8 million) for 8 million faulty units. A company spokesperson denies the report though.

published April 21, 2013 by

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WeChat sued for patent infringement

WeChat sued for patent infringement

Beijing-based Trunkbow International Holdings has alleged that popular mobile messaging app, WeChat, infringed a patented technology which has been licensed exclusively to the Chinese company.

published April 11, 2013 by

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