Tag: manufacturing

Computing, Hardware

Chinese Chip Design Software Devs Receive Massive Government Support

November 6, 2023

Via: Tom's Hardware

Driven by government subsidies and support, China’s domestic developers of electronic design automation tools (EDA, or software used for designing integrated circuits and circuit boards), are witnessing a surge in sales, and can therefore increase their R&D investments. After the […]


Zero Defect Manufacturing: Harvesting the Power of Industry 4.0 Technologies

January 31, 2023

Via: Natalie Dunn

Manufacturing is generally one of the most dynamic sectors in the global economy, both in terms of economic weight, and connections to all other sectors. Thanks to Industry 4.0 technologies, Zero Defect Manufacturing has the potential to become the new […]

Gadgets, Mobile

Apple starts manufacturing AirPods and Beats in India

October 5, 2022


Apple started moving some of its iPhone production from China to India back in 2020 and is now planning the same for AirPods and Beats. According to Nikkei, the Cupertino company already asked suppliers to move production to the South-Asian […]

Mobile, Smartphones

Apple now manufacturing iPhone 14 in India

September 26, 2022


Apple’s brand new iPhone 14 is now being assembled in India at the Foxconn plant near Chennai. This marks the first time Apple is manufacturing one of its latest generation iPhones just weeks after its announcement. The first batch of […]


Understanding the Environmental Impact of Computer Manufacturing

May 18, 2022

Via: Natalie Dunn

It is estimated that more than 300 million computers and laptops are produced every year, and consumers typically replace their existing models with new ones every two years on average. Unfortunately, old products often end up abandoned around the house […]

Computing, Hardware

Nvidia claims GPU stock should improve by second half of 2022

January 14, 2022

Via: Techradar

The ongoing graphics card shortage could be coming to an end, as Nvidia predicts that manufacturing and supply issues should start to see improvements in the second half of 2022. As reported by WCCFTech, this claim was made during the […]

Gadgets, Mobile

Will Wearables Ever be Cool? Probably Not. But in Field Service, They’ll be Useful

November 16, 2017

Via: Aberdeen Essentials

As a lover of gadgets, I look forward to the day I can wear a short sleeve shirt and my Apple Watch and not feel like a social pariah, but today is not that day. Part of the stigma is […]

Computing, Data Management

The Future of Manufacturing with Data Analytics and Machine Learning

September 1, 2017

Via: Info World

For decades, industrial control systems have been generating enormous volumes of data, but in many cases that data hasn’t been fully employed to help companies reduce operating costs, improve reliability, and increase productivity—three goals that amount to the holy grail […]

Mobile, Tablets

HTC stops manufacturing Nexus 9

May 26, 2016

Via: GSM Arena

After the Nexus Player got axed, it’s now the turn of the ill-fated Nexus 9 tablet. HTC has confirmed to CNET that the company is stopping the manufacturing of Google’s latest Nexus tablet. The Nexus 9 was announced back in […]