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Apple Ignoring Labor Abuses In Supplier Factories, Says Former Executives

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Apple has just had their most profitable quarter ever and the company’s shareholders are celebrating this week. But it appears like some of that profit has come after the suffering of many thousands of people. According to the company’s former executives, Apple is culpable for not addressing poor working conditions at their supplier factories in China.

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Kindle Fire Tablet To Be Followed By KindlePhone In 2012

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They're currently enjoying roaring success with the aggressively priced Kindle Fire. And now it looks like Amazon is ready for its next big move with the preparation of a so-called KindlePhone for next year.

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Increased Q1 shipment goals point toward imminent CDMA iPhone launch

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Ah yes, the CDMA iPhone. The long-since rumored device that was supposed to show up at Verizon, thus taking away the iPhone exclusivity of AT&T. When will that day ever arrive? Well, we've found some more "evidence" that the CDMA iPhone could be making its freshman foray into the world in the next quarter.

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Foxconn adds new factories for iPad 2

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Foxconn, Apple's overseas manufacturing partner, has added new production plants in Chengdu, China. The newly set up plants are expected to produce nearly 10,000 iPads every day. The boost in production capacity has been undertaken in order to meet the rise in demand of gadgets during the holiday season.

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Nokia tablet running Meego OS expected this year

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Just as everyone started doing the touchscreen smartphone thing after the iPhone showed up to the party, the same thing is starting to happen with tablets thanks to the monumental popularity of the iPad. And the world's largest cell phone maker isn't going to be left out.

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