Students who use iPads in the classroom score higher on literacy tests and tend to be more excited about learning. But there are some dangers, as four boys at a middle school in Anderson, Ind. have learned. They clicked a button, reports WRTV in Indianapolis, and claimed a partially topless photo of their... Read More »
BEIJING -- The company that manufactures Apple's iPhone said Tuesday that it found underage interns as young as 14 working at one of its factories in China.
Foxconn Technology Group said the interns were found by a company investigation at its factory in the eastern city of Yantai and were sent back to their... Read More »
By Peter Svensson
NEW YORK -- Chinese workers who often spend more than 60 hours per week assembling iPhones and iPads will have their overtime hours curbed and their pay increased after a labor auditor hired by Apple Inc. inspected their factories. Read More »
Working in China's burgeoning manufacturing sector is proving exceedingly tough for many Chinese workers. Long hours and intense pressure to quickly churn out the latest high-tech gizmos destined for overseas markets have led to protests and even suicides among some workers, according to media... Read More »
The holidays are a time when the office becomes a little more fun. The particularly festive worker may spruce up his workspace with tinsel or other holiday paraphernalia. And all offices will of course have their party. But when it comes holiday season
at the office, it's not all eggnog. Or at least not for... Read More »
More like angry bosses?
Finding ways of injecting a little humanity into the workplace may be the current rage, as the digital revolution has ushered in a 24/7 work schedule for some. Employers may be hesitant to go so far as to install nap rooms in the office, but the merits of allowing workers to catch a... Read More »
The world's information is more than doubling every two years-with a colossal 1.8 zettabytes to be created and replicated in 2011, according to a study. Creating, managing storing and securing that data is a monumental task that could create jobs for hundreds of thousands. Read More »
Amongst all the hoopla about Apple's new iPad there was plenty of buzz that this oversized iPod Touch may help save newspapers and magazines. The New York Times even had a representative at the news conference where Apple unveiled the iPad. And when you go to Apple's website page for the iPad, the image in the... Read More »