Apple Partner Hon Hai Considers Pennsylvania Plant

Hon Hai Precision Industry, which assembles iPhones and iPads for Apple, said it is considering an investment of $40 million in manufacturing and research facilities in Pennsylvania.


Hon Hai Says It Sold Some Display Patents to Google

Including patents for Head Mounted Technology.

Supplier to Ship Two Apple iPhones in September

Apple’s suppliers in Asia started mass-producing components in June for both a standard iPhone featuring a metal casing and a lower-cost version, people who work at those companies said.

Tech Stocks Slump as Earnings Season Approaches

Down market alert!

Google Shares Dip as Microsoft Strikes Licensing Deal With Hon Hai

Google gets dealt another blow in its ongoing struggles with Microsoft’s patent infringement claims.

Foxconn Flop Fuels iPhone Fears

Biggest revenue decline in over a decade.

Big Blue Is Still the Big Dog of Patents

IBM dominates the patent race for the 20th consecutive year.


Foxconn Workers Say, “Keep Our Overtime”

Nets to catch would-be jumpers still sag ominously from Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.’s buildings. But two years after a spate of suicides at the Apple Inc. supplier’s campus in Shenzhen, workers are more concerned about another measure designed to protect them: Limits on overtime.


Apple Tests Designs for TV

Apple Inc. is working with component suppliers in Asia to test several TV-set designs, people familiar with the situation said, suggesting the U.S. company is moving closer to expanding its offerings for the living room.


Hon Hai’s Explanation for iPhone 5 Shortage

Apple has said its new iPhone 5 sold faster initially than any other iPhone, but sales have fallen short of some analysts’ expectations due in part to supply shortages.

Foxconn’s iPad Plant Reopens