China Consumers' Association criticized Apple's repair terms and conditions as "Unfair" in a recent report issued on June 19.
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Terry Guo, CEO of Taiwan-based Foxconn which manufactures various lines of Apple products from iPhone, iPad to Macbook, said customers should wait for the launch of iPhone 5 as “the new model will put Samsung’s Galaxy S III to shame”.
With annual sales of EUR 57bn, China overtook EU and became the world's largest clean-tech economy in 2011, according a recent WWF repor
A 23-year-old male worker jumped off a building in Foxconn's Chengdu factory Wednesday (June 13) afternoon, said Chengdu police authority's official Weibo (the Chinese Twitter).Foxconn confirmed a day later the death of the suicidal worker, whose family name was Xie and just joined the company in May, according to Reuters' report.
Three month since its release in mid-March, the new iPad is still unavailable in the official retail channels in the territory.
A standoff Monday night between workers and security in Foxconn's Chengdu factory escalated into a riot, according to local news reports.
The Chinese government is pouring huge investments to develop the next-generation Web protocol as IPv4 resources in the country are nearly exhausted.
Foxconn’s current base salary ($350) per month is already higher than the RMB 1,500 ($240) statutory minimum wage per month in the city of Shenzhen.
After being accused of providing counterfeit electronic parts to the U.S. military system, China suggested the U.S. get their facts straight before pointing fingers.
Chinese solar panels makers are forging alliance to rebuttal the newly imposed punitive tariffs on exports to the US, as the Commerce Department set a new rate of over 30% on May 17.