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Soures say an episode involving a central Texas screw supplier demonstrates the difficulties Apple has making things in the US versus in China.
The company may decide against producing more Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 9 phones out of the country if a new tariff comes into place sooner than expected.
Even though we're getting this news through unnamed inside sources, it's probably the most concrete sign of demand for the Apple Watch yet.
What will be running inside of the newest regular MacBook coming this fall? Last year's silicon with a 2018 twist. How much will it cost?
Last year, phone maker TCL almost ran away with great results on durability with the KEYone... with one critical failure. Can it win with the KEY2?
A cult classic and a premium powerhouse will go away at some point to make room for newer and cooler iPhones due this September.
The iPhone 6s is replacing the iPhone SE for local production and sales. It's expected to be more popular and save Apple from more taxes.
500 jobs will be put in a seven-story building in downtown Milwaukee, most of them in administration while some will work on LCD technology.
Whatever this foldable phone will be called, Samsung will aim to be the first to market with it at any supply and any cost.
LG and HTC are said to not be involved in the design process for this new generation of pure Google phones, but they will have provided key resources for the Pixel 3 by the time it will go public.
Apple's manufacturing partner in India has worked on producing the iPhone SE for domestic consumers. With import taxes rising, this could be a good salve on the price of the popular iPhone model.
Chips, glass and TrueDepth cameras are just some of the components in an iPhone and they're made in the United States, the CEO says.
Samsung, the makers of Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, 835, 821 and 820 processors, could lose the Snapdragon 855 production contract to bitter rivals TSMC.
Another four-inch iPhone is coming our way fairly soon, according to industry sources. And a lot of them will come out of India.
The only way out of widely reported iPhone X mass manufacturing pickles may have been a relaxation of "some" Face ID specifications for parts suppliers.
It's the classic good news/bad news scenario - Apple's Face ID troubles are reportedly almost over, but iPhone X production remains clogged.
Apple's second largest market for iPhones is supposedly China, but the biggest impact that Qualcomm might place with this action is with parts makers.
One of 25 initial positions has already been filled and up to 13,000 more will come if Foxconn can agree with local officials.
The deal involves a transfer of talent from Taipei to Mountain View and non-exclusive licensure of HTC's intellectual property.
One market analyst sees an iPhone 8 that won't ship until late October or later because of a problem with the metal frame component.
The commercial standards testing firm has certified that these two top Android smartphones are a fairly green pair if you're worried about the environment.
Apple CEO Tim Cook apparently promised that these "beautiful factories" (Trump's words, not his) would be in the United States.
The iPhone 8 isn't going to get built any faster unless manufacturers can make parts faster. Apple hopes that it can seed machines to suppliers up to speed.