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TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan's Foxconn on Friday forecast a 15% rise in second-quarter revenue as the work-from-home boom spurred by the COVID-19 pandemic extends, boosting demand for consumer devices such as the iPhones that Foxconn assembles for Apple.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Production of the Apple iPhone 12 at a Foxconn factory in India has slumped by more than 50% because workers infected with COVID-19 have had to leave their posts, two sources told Reuters.
Google’s workers who provide childcare and education for staffers’ kids say the Internet giant is summoning them back to the office without restoring the shuttle service they rely on, and they’re circulating a petition urging the Alphabet Inc unit to provide a transportation stipend to cover commuting costs.
Google says it expects about 20% of its workforce to still work remotely after its offices reopen this fall, while some 60% will work a hybrid schedule that includes about three days in the office and two days “wherever they work best”.
TAIPEI (Reuters) -Taiwan's Foxconn said on Wednesday it has formed a joint venture with Yageo Corp to expand its presence in the semiconductor industry, as a global chip shortage rattles producers of goods from cars to electronics.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. businesses have been spending more on technology than on bricks and mortar for more than a decade now, but the trend has accelerated during the pandemic, one more sign that working from home is here to stay.
Delivery times for Apple Inc’s latest high-end iPad Pros have slipped into July just hours after going on sale, indicating a combination of strong work-from-home demand and anticipated supply constraints.
Born in the small Bucharest apartment of a once aspiring writer, software firm UiPath has grown into a US$40bil (RM163.78bil) tech star after becoming Romania’s first Wall Street-listed company.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - On the same day that Ford Motor Co said it would be able to produce only half as many cars as planned due to a global chip shortage, Apple Inc announced blowout quarterly earnings as smartphone and computer sales soared, with the chip shortage having only a small impact on its business.
In the second quarter of 2020, 557 million people, or 18% of workers, worked from home. These figures confirm the estimates made in May 2020 on the share of teleworkers in the world.