Ninety-seven percent of India's smartphones are Android — something Apple's desperately trying to change.
Basically, behind the scenes of places you always wondered about, like the RNC, Foxconn, and a girls' night out in the Meatpacking District, to name a few.
An artist spends a day with the employees of Foxconn.
James Fallows joins the small circle of Western journalists to have made the journey to Foxconn. He shouldn't be so surprised at what he found there.
Because it could be worse.
There's a huge labor strike happening at Foxconn's Zhenzhou factory in China, involving thousands of workers.
Unrest at the notorious factory where Apple manufactures many of its products injures 40 employees, reportedly stems from security guards beating a worker.
Perhaps the closest look yet at how iPhones are assembled, this video is from inside Foxconn’s massive Zhengzhou plant, where 70 percent of iPhones are produced.
The people we don't think about when we play Angry Birds or post pictures of our brunch with Instagram.
This American Life has retracted its most popular episode ever, citing fabrications. Contributor Mike Daisey is going with the "but it's art" defense.
You've heard about Shenzhen. Now let's take a tour of the the world's other electronics manufacturing megacities.
Could they really have created 514,000 U.S. jobs? Probably not.