Despite early promises of bringing a large number of manufacturing jobs into the U.S., Foxconn is reportedly reconsidering the strategy around its forthcoming Wisconsin-based campus.
LG Electronics announced a number of key executive moves and business unit realignments aimed at enhancing the company's strengths and opportunities.
GE Appliances will invest $200 million in its Appliance Park facilities and headquarters in Louisville, Kentucky, creating more than 400 new jobs.
Connecting the dots on Google's last few announcements, it's clear they have big plans for India and their line of smartphones and digital assistants.
Terra Teat, the director of marketing for JLab Audio, is one of this year's Dealerscope Powerful Women in Consumer Technology honorees.
Casio America’s U.S. headquarters in Dover, NJ has earned its 4th ENERGY STAR certification for “superior energy performance”.
The latest in CE: iPhone 8 price point reportedly set at $999, Samsung chief sentenced to 5 years in bribery case, and more.
The latest in CE: Foxconn plant bill moves to Wisconsin Assembly, Motorola patents a self-healing screen, and more.
CE manufacturers need to embrace three emerging areas of technological innovation; Internet of Things, application compatibility, and endpoint security.
South Korea's LG Electronics Inc estimated that its second-quarter operating profit rose 14 percent from a year ago, but fell short of expectations as the mobile division's struggles likely continued. LG, the world's No.2 television maker by sales behind Samsung Electronics Co Ltd, reported a preliminary April-June profit of 664 billion won ($574.49 million), versus…
The first iPhones assembled in India started reaching retail stores the day after Apple confirmed that production had begun, and are now reportedly showing up in many Indian cities. However, hopes that local production would lead to lower prices have not yet been realized. When Apple started assembling iPhones in India, it was mostly due to…
During CES Asia 2017, LG OLED TVs were singled out by the Green Electronics Council for their design with the environment in mind.
According to a Wall Street Journal report, Samsung Electronics is exploring the idea of opening a U.S.-based appliance manufacturing plant.
It has been a while since AMD has had any truly exciting news. Rewinding to 2011, Intel dropped their line of 2nd gen CPUs. AMD responded with the Bulldozer, focusing on multi-core performance. However, the Bulldozer hit a dead end with terrible single core performance, that was only further underscored by a lack of programs…
Newly formed Sharp Home Electronics Company of America will consolidate the company's U.S. marketing, manufacturing, and services and solutions groups.