A number of reports by industry association SEMI show that the number and productivity of plants for making microchips is expanding in China as it declines in the US.
This week has seen 40 years pass since Martin Cooper, a Motorola engineer, made the first call on a Manhattan street corner to rival Joel Engels of Bell Labs
Inventor and TAFE educator Keith Higgins has criticised the lack of support in his home country, after he had to look to China for help developing his LED lighting innovations.
With the continued opportunities afforded by the mining industry in Australia, many electronics manufacturers are engineering products for use in mines.
SIEMENS says its planning and design software and technology can help manufacturers automate the production of large-scale batteries.
Australian scientists have developed a new material they say could be a game changer for the future of electronics manufacturing.
Motorola has sold its Chinese and Brazilian mobile device manufacturing operations to Flextronics for US$75 million.
Hewlett-Packard, the world’s second largest computer manufacturer, has sued two LCD screen makers for damages suffered in a price fixing scam from 1998 to 2006.
GE Intelligent Platform’s CEO, Jody Markopoulos, has listed five ways that connecting factories to the internet can improve the way manufacturers operate.
A new method has been developed to manufacture nanowires by growing them without requiring a substrate.
Samsung’s Korean manufacturer is having trouble sourcing adequate technology to build the tech giant’s new Galaxy S4 smartphone, according to industry rumours.
Electronics manufacturer Sharp has cut short a cost cutting scheme after being flooded with thousands of early retirement volunteers.
A major investment to enter the defence sector is paying off for SAGE Automation, with the final stage of its $11 million project with Chemring Australia to manufacture countermeasures nearing completion.
ADELAIDE-based ophthalmic laser and ultrasound manufacturer Ellex Medical Lasers has been contracted by Signostics to manufacture the critical sub-assembly of the Signos RT ultrasound device.
FOXCONN will cut working hours and increase wages in its China-based plants after independent auditors found widespread problems in the company’s workplaces.
Australian company Codan has gone on the offensive to protect its international gold detector business against Chinese counterfeiters.