One prominent Taiwan newspaper reports that Apple has trimmed its sales forecast from 50 million iPhones in the first quarter down to 30 million, and that Foxconn, which assembles the phones, has stopped recruiting workers.
Apple, which isn’t a party in the FTC suit, said that it had produced more than 2.6 million documents by the Dec. 15 deadline.
Does Apple’s hardware or software have the effect — intentional or not — of unnecessarily slowing down phones after two years? The debate rages on.
Elon Musk & Co. launched eight rockets last year, 18 this year — short of their stated goal of 20 to 24 — and with three launch pads, are aiming for 30 in 2018.
When Eric Schmidt joined Google as CEO in 2001, the search engine had fewer than 15 million unique monthly visitors online. A decade later, when he became chairman, that number topped 1 billion.
A look back at industrial robotics in the 1980s with A3 president Jeff Burnstein.