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
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. announced that they have signed an agreement with the municipal government of Nanjing, aiming to build a new 12-inch
Taiwan's Hon Hai Precision plans to invest over CNY500 million in mainland China for its warehouse logistics and circuit board processing businesses.
Asus says demand for smartphones continues to rise, but some shipments to consumers have been delayed.
Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Co., Ltd. announced that their solar energy subsidiary TSMC Solar Ltd. will terminate operation at the end of August 2015.
An official from the government of Vietnam revealed that their related department has cancelled the investment license issued to Taiwan's Foxconn Group for the
Taiwanese PC maker Asus is riding the slowing wave of PC growth with plans to ship fewer units this year.
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
Terry Gou, chairman of Hon Hai Group, announced that the company will invest over CNY5 billion in Shanxi to develop the electric car industry.
With China's smartphone prospects booming, an American technology giant is hoping customization for the local market reaps rewards.