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Could iPhone-style EMS come to the car industry? 

The Foxconn Technology Group doesn’t design, market, or sell a single product. Yet, ironically, it is one of the largest consumer electronics manufacturers on Read More

Samsung cuts smartphone production in China

SEOUL — Samsung Electronics is cutting its smartphone production in China to cope with falling sales in the country, showing how the South Korean Read More

Senseonics launches Eversense implantable glucose monitor

Senseonics (NYSE: SENS ) said today that its Eversense continuous glucose monitoring system is available at clinics across the U.S. The Germantown, Md.-based company Read More

Anki has sold 1.5 million robots 

We caught wind pretty early on that Anki’s Cozmo was selling briskly when the adorable little robot temporarily sold out around Christmas 2016. Along Read More

GE Is Preparing $1.5B Sale of Power-Conversion Unit

General Electric Co. is working with bankers on a possible sale of its power-conversion business, people familiar with the matter said, as the fallen Read More

Automakers Won’t Change EV Development Plans

Despite a move by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to freeze automotive fuel efficiency standards, automakers and their suppliers are likely to continue down Read More

Advantech: ‘Made in USA’ push is here to stay’

TAIPEI — Advantech, the world’s top maker of industrial computers, regards President Donald Trump’s trade war against Beijing as a wake-up call to rethink Read More

Boston Scientific discloses layoffs of 85 employees

Boston Scientific Corp., one of the state’s largest medical device companies, has disclosed a new round of layoffs. Source: Marlborough-based Boston Scientific discloses layoffs Read More

Boston startup is teaching self-driving cars to think like humans 

A recent report by Conservation Law Foundation, an environmental advocacy organization based in Boston, finds that autonomous vehicles will reduce collision costs resulting from Read More

Arris warns of MLCC capacitor shortages 

Network equipment maker Arris is warning of higher prices from a long term shortage of multilayer chip capacitors (MLCCs) and memories.Arris, which bought the Read More

Edge computing, AI to drive smart storage development

While cloud, IoT (Internet of Things) and big data applications are driving up market demand for high-capacity storage devices, edge computing and AI (artificial Read More

Huawei overtakes Apple

Huawei has become the world’s second-largest smartphone seller behind Samsung in the second quarter, overtaking Apple. Source: Huawei overtakes Apple

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