Nintendo Is Investigating Foxconn for Child Labor Violations, Too

Earlier this week, Foxconn owned up to using underage workers in one of its factories. That's made Nintendo—whose Wii U is also assembled at Foxconn—suspicious, so it's launching its own investigation into the Chinese manufacturer's labor practices.

Nintendo said it has talked to Foxconn and made it clear that if it discovers violations, Foxconn will have to change its practices immediately. New idea for a Foxconn slogan: Technology made for kids, by kids. [Kotaku]