Apple is under fire for its supply chain labor, but every tech item---and thing you own---goes through the same manufacturing paces.
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Marvell dominates processors for Chinese smartphones, but is about to take some heat from Qualcomm.
Morgan Stanley's latest Apple data points in China illustrate why new CEO Tim Cook is so hot for the world's largest consumer market. Lenovo won't roll over though.
Apple may be the rarest of U.S. tech companies---one that can make gobs of money in China sans excessive counterfeiting. The big question is how long Apple can enjoy its Chinese honeymoon.
The K Computer, housed at the RIKEN Advanced Institute for Computational Science in Kobe, puts Japan back in the top spot for the first time since Nov. 2004.
The China People's Daily reportedly warned that Google's disclosure could hurt business and create tensions with the U.S.
Nokia's biggest profit margin killing headaches appear to be Android, China and Europe and the company is getting hit by smartphone and feature phone pricing and volume.
China Mobile and Xinhua, a state-run media company, have formed a search engine joint venture aimed at Baidu and Google.
Better Place CEO Shai Agassi discusses his systems-based model to bring the electric car to cities around the world.
Paul Strassman outlines some of the technical issues raised for government agencies using Gmail in light of the China cyberattack on Google.