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SAN FRANCISCO: Apple Inc. and manufacturing partner Foxconn violated a Chinese labor rule by using too many temporary staff in the world’s largest iPhone factory, the companies confirmed following a report that also alleged harsh working conditions.
"Super cycle” predictions are back. Kind of.
On a steamy summer morning, dozens of buses pull up outside a cluster of low-slung, blue buildings in the south Indian state of Andhra Pradesh.
Apple Inc is poised to start online sales of its devices in India within months, a person familiar with the matter said, benefiting from new rules making the world’s fastest-growing smartphone market more attractive to foreign brands.
Tapping factories in Brazil and India has not lessened Apple Inc's dependence on China, the company's supply chain data shows, raising the stakes for the iPhone maker as U.S. President Donald Trump wages a trade war and promises more tariffs.
Fledgling food-delivery startups using new communications technologies are changing the dining experience for some diners.
CAROLYN Bessette is good at making soap. So good that people pay US$8 (RM33) for a bar of Farm to Shower Peppermint Watermelon or Hopi Blue Corn handmade soap through her website. What she’s not good at, however, is photographing soap.
With the latest version of Apple's iOS, iPhones and iPads are getting a new migration helper that makes it easier to seamlessly switch between devices.
Google executives sounded more optimistic when it comes to one of the company’s less-successful products: its in-house smartphone business.
Apple is paying Intel US$1bil (RM4.12bil) for the chip maker’s smartphone modem division in a deal driven by the upcoming transition to the next generation of wireless technology.