White iPhone holdouts, rejoice. Apple's favorite tech unicorn is back. (Maybe.)
iPad 2: While the disaster in Japan may cause delays in production, the iPad 2 was rolled out overseas, Friday to much fanfare. Will Apple be able to meet the demand?
Apple had announced at its launch that the iPhone 4 would come in black and white models, then kept delaying the release of the white iPhone 4, a rare misfire in its recent history of smooth product rollouts.
China's besieged Foxconn, a major manufacture of iPhones and other electronics goods, held rallies in Shenzhen, China, Wednesday to boost worker morale after at least 12 suicides this year.
In China, dozens of migrant workers who protested to city officials over a job-related illness won compensation. Labor-rights success stories, while rare, are growing more frequent.
City governments across China need to repay the debt owed to the migrant workers who have generated their tax revenues for so long, says prominent workers’ rights advocate Han Dongfang.
Workers at Foxconn and Honda won hefty pay raises this week. Higher wages will help Beijing move China's economy away from relying on masses of unskilled workers and toward higher-value manufacturing.