Apple's China-based supplier Foxconn will sign an agreement with the Indian government to build an iPhone factory in the country, according to reports in
Lenovo has decided to enter the mobile phone OEM market to improve the capacity utilization of its mobile phone manufacturing plants.
A British firm is aiming to enhance the integration of technology with manufactured goods in China via a new development platform.
Nokia will return to the smartphone market when its licensing agreement with Microsoft expires in 2016, and then the once-dominant mobile company says it
Norway-based Elliptic Labs will open a new office in Shanghai to support large OEMs in Mainland China, Korea, Taiwan and Japan with the company's
Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision Industry announced that it hopes to sign an agreement with the government of Indonesia this month, aiming to contact more
Taiwanese OEM Foxconn may produce the first smartphone product for Vizio, an American LCD HDTV provider, in 2013.
Microsoft announced its new product sales strategy in the Chinese market to only provide the electronic online version and OEM pre-installed versions of Windows
Chinese smartphone maker Coolpad has cooperated with American carrier MetroPCS in the launch of its first LTE 4G mobile phone named Quattro in America.
Foxconn, the original equipment manufacturer for Apple products, is reportedly expanding its manufacturing capacity in 2012, aiming to increase production for iPhones and iPads