Report: Foxconn Makes College Kids Assemble PS4s to Graduate

Chinese electronics manufacturer Foxconn was accused of labor violations with the iPhone 5C, iPhone 5, iPad, Nintendo Wii U and just in general. Now, add Sony's PlayStation 4 to the list, with a new report claiming that university interns are staffing overtime and night shifts for credits required to graduate. » 10/10/13 11:32am 10/10/13 11:32am

The iPhone 5C Is Already Involved in a Labor Violations Scandal

A little less than a week before it's supposed to be unveiled to the public, the iPhone 5C is attracting attention from human rights groups for possible labor violations. While it feels like deja vu after the many Foxconn scandals, there's an important difference this time. The factory is American-owned. » 9/05/13 1:48pm 9/05/13 1:48pm

The Undercover Story of How Someone Infiltrated Foxconn to See How They…

A reporter from the Shanghai Evening Post pretended to be a new worker at the Foxconn Tai Yuan factory to get an insider's look at how the factory is going to make the next iPhone 5. He spent a total of 10 days inside and spilled the undercover story of what goes on in the making of the next iPhone. » 9/11/12 11:15pm 9/11/12 11:15pm

Working at Foxconn Just Got Slightly Less Brutal

The Wall Street Journal reports that working conditions are getting better at the embattled Foxconn manufacturing facility where 150,000 Chinese workers assemble iPhones and iPads for the rest of the world. According to the report, wages have been raised by 16 percent and the probation period before entry-level… » 8/27/12 10:05am 8/27/12 10:05am