BlackBerry is expected to launch two mid-range Android smartphones this year, and the company is probably relying on the Chinese manufacturer, TCL, to build one of these handsets.
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A recent report has stated that Foxconn has laid off over 60,000 factory workers. This is reportedly to prepare the company for automation, and then introduce robots to do repetitive tasks.
Microsoft has confirmed that a large number of employees will lose their jobs as the company further scales back its efforts in the mobile space, and it will also take a $950m 'impairment' charge.
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Nokia has just announced that it is getting back into the smartphone world with new Android smartphones. But it's doing so indirectly, through a new company that's licensing the Nokia brand
After rumors started swirling a few days ago, it now looks like things are becoming official and that Microsoft will indeed sell its feature phone business, and the licensed Nokia name to Foxconn.
Microsoft is reportedly planning to discontinue its Nokia line of feature phones, licensing the brand to Foxconn. Microsoft has the rights to use the Nokia brand for feature phones until 2024.
Reports say Sharp's board have agreed for the company to be taken over by Taiwan's Foxconn, bringing an end to years of financial uncertainty and marking one of the largest deals in Japanese history.
Once the king of the mobile phone industry, Nokia has reiterated plans to get back into the smartphone market. Meanwhile the company is focusing on its other endeavors in 5G deployment and IoT.
On Sunday, a Foxconn facility in Zhengzhou, China caught fire where luckily no one was injured. Foxconn has made a statement that the blaze will not impact manufacturing.
Electronics manufacturing giant Foxconn has allegedly offered $5.1 billion to purchase Japanese tech company Sharp. The bid comes after reports of Sharp's failed attempts to earn revenue.
After unveiling its Ozo virtual reality camera in July, Nokia has revealed that it will cost $60,000, with shipments beginning in Q1 2016 - but the company has no plans to launch its own VR headset.
Aaron Sorkin, writer of the upcoming Steve Jobs movie, criticized Apple CEO Tim Cook for calling films opportunistic. Apple has been caught in the past employing children in its contracted factories.
The Taiwanese manufacturing giant is not keen on quickly automating its factories, as the process is not only proving to be difficult, but it can also cause "employment concerns".
In the last few days, renders and photos of a new Nokia-branded Android smartphone have emerged, along with some details of its specs - but over a year ahead of its launch, can these be accurate?
Due to a recent significant drop in sales in India, Microsoft is preparing to release a new set of Windows 10 phones in the country. The phones would support all forms of 4G in the country.
Reports state that Apple's business-targeted iPad Pro is headed for mass production in a few months. Is the new device aimed at taking on the next generation of Surface Pro ?
Due to a standing agreement with Microsoft, Nokia can't launch smartphones under its own brand until late 2016 - but it can start developing them now, and indeed, it's hiring people to help it do so.
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After huge cuts to its phone division last week, it seems Microsoft may be planning to outsource at least part of its handset manufacturing, and is said to be close to a deal with Foxconn in India.
Nokia has issued a statement reiterating what it has said before: it won't enter the smartphone market until next year but, when it does, will license its brand to a manufacturing partner.
Despite Nokia's recent claim that it has "no plans" to return to the phone business, its CEO now says that new Nokia handsets are coming in 2016, when an existing agreement with Microsoft expires.