Xiaomi will start locally producing audio products that it sells in India. To achieve this is will be partnering with Optiemus which has a manufacturing facility in Uttar Pradesh in northern India.
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Finnish company Salcomp plans to more than double its India workforce to 25,000 over the next two to three years, while also building housing arrangements and education for about 15,000 people.
A reputable industry insider has claimed that Apple will either cancel or postpone mass production of the 2024 iPhone SE. One of the reasons behind this move includes high manufacturing costs.
Foxconn is reportedly boosting hiring at its India plant over the next two years to meet iPhone demand, while China continues restrictions as part of its zero-COVID policy in the Zhengzhou district.
In a press statement, Apple has stated that production of its iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max models will be lower than anticipated due to ongoing COVID-19 curbs in Zhengzhou, China.
In a report entitled 'IoT Signals: Manufacturing Spotlight', Microsoft has highlighted six key aspects on which manufacturers are working to increase automation and IoT adoption to boost efficiency.
Spotify has decided to stop the manufacturing of Car Thing, just five months after its general availability in the U.S. The $89.99 hardware offered a dedicated Spotify streaming solution for your car.
Foxconn, best known for assembling Apple's iPhone, has partnered up with US's NXP Semiconductors for developing platforms for EVs. The companies also aim to significantly lower manufacturing costs.
Intel and Micron CEOs have urged the US Government for granting subsidies under the CHIPS Act. Intel's previously announced plans, however, depend on whether the government grants this or not.
Sony is reportedly creating a million more units of the PlayStation 4 this year in an anticipated move to deal with the PlayStation 5 components shortage and give gamers a second choice.
Planning on purchasing a Samsung SSD in the near future? An increase in price may have you second guessing your next SSD manufacturer as Samsung is reportedly considering increasing SSD costs.
Vodafone has published a new report which states that the UK manufacturing industry could get a £6.3 billion boost if it introduces productivity-boosting 5G technology into its operations.
The world's largest contract chip manufacturer has announced the development of a new material that is more efficient than silicon and will one day enable the production of 1-nanometer chips.
Samsung could close its TV manufacturing plant in Tianjin, China around November time according to sources who have insight on the matter, speaking with Korean news. The factory employs 300 people.
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Amid dwindling demand and a backlog of LCD units, Samsung will let go of all LCD production by the end of 2020. One of the existing factories will be converted to build quantum dot screens.
In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, GM is partnering with Ventec Life Systems to increase the production of ventilators needed in hospitals to treat the severe cases of the infection.
A new report by Oxford Economics states that 20 million manufacturing jobs will be wiped out by 2030 worldwide. New jobs to fill those are likely to be created but could involve retraining.
Today, Microsoft has announced the release of a new book titled, 'The Future Computed: AI and Manufacturing'. It is written by the co-author of Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella's 'Hit Refresh'.
Microsoft and BMW have come together to develop the Open Manufacturing Platform with the intention of increasing innovation in the manufacturing sector. It's now searching for more partners to join.
After reports of Foxconn's plan to expand its manufacturing plant in India, another Apple production partner, Wistron, is now following suit amid the growing tension between the U.S. and China.
HTC today announced that it will be laying off 1,500 employees from its Taiwanese manufacturing division. This move comes just after the company sold a large part of its smartphone R&D to Google.
Reverse engineering and analysis service, TechInsights, broke down the estimated cost of building Samsung's newest Galaxy S9+ flagship and discovered it is the most expensive yet, to build.
The EksoVest from Ekso Bionics is an unpowered exoskeleton that can provide some lift assistance for workers when they perform overhead tasks with power tools over extended periods of time.
A week after the retail release of the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, a research firm has dolled out numbers for the smartphones, offering up how much each unit costs to make when it comes to materials.
President Donald Trump said in an interview that Apple CEO Tim Cook has promised to build three factories in the US. He also said that unemployed people should move and not care about their house.
Apple has started stocking retailers in Bengaluru with the first batch of its India-assembled iPhone SE phones. The 32GB variant is launching at ₹27,200, while the 128GB variant costs ₹37,200.
Apple has put out new numbers claiming that, thanks to the App Store, it's responsible for about two million jobs in the US alone, despite the fact the company only employs 80,000 people directly.
Some saw Samsung's Galaxy S8 as a rather pricey handset. That said, it looks like the asking price wasn't unjustified, since it's the most expensive phone on the market to manufacture as well.
At the Hannover Messe convention in Germany, engineering firm thyssenkrupp has highlighted its use of Microsoft's HoloLens to further streamline the manufacturing process of stairlifts.
A report by the Wall Street Journal details Apple's plans to start manufacturing the iPhone 6, 6S and SE in Bangalore, India. Apple will reportedly be working with Taiwanese manufacturer, Wistron.
Apple has plans to start producing iPhones in southern India. According to an IT minister, Apple would be able to sell directly to India's customers and improve on its current 2% market share.
The iPhone-maker will start manufacturing and assembling some high-tech products on US soil. However, these are designed in-house server products instead of consumer products.
President-elect Donald Trump wants to offer Apple tax incentives to produce devices like the iPhone in the United States, but will customers be willing to pay more for the privilege?
For years Apple has been trying to get into the Indian market, but so far it hasn't had much success. Now the company wants to open a local manufacturing plant to, hopefully, sell more iPhones.
Samsung is being accused by ex-employees of misleading them and hiding hazardous working conditions from them. What's worse, the South Korean government isn't helping its citizens.
Samsung has finally confirmed one of the more pervasive rumors of last year: that it has taken over manufacturing of the Snapdragon flagship CPU from TSMC and will be making the Snapdragon 820.
Straight from Korea comes news that the two Korean tech giants are reportedly close to inking a deal with Apple to manufacture OLED displays for the company's upcoming iPhones.
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".
Amid declining smartphone sales and profits Samsung is betting big on the future of OLED screens. The company is investing a huge amount of money in a new manufacturing line for the panels.