It's expected to employ 1,500 people when it opens in May.
"I am calling on Apple to come to Taiwan," Terry Gou reportedly says. Gou is also a candidate for Taiwan's presidency.
It can apparently satisfy the US market if the US-China trade war escalates.
Today's major tech stories include Huawei cutting back on several smartphone lines. In addition, DeepMind's AI crushes humans at Quake III and Apple quietly deletes iTunes social media posts.
The company says it's still focused on job creation in the Badger State.
A battle that could have changed the mobile industry is over.
The two executives, as well as other top industry leaders, may testify in next month's battle over Qualcomm's licensing practices.
Microsoft says Foxconn, which assembles products for Apple, Sony and others, failed to meet patent obligations.
This week's major tech stories include early news on Apple's possible gaming service, Facebook's new trouble with Apple and how the Wisconsin Foxconn plant has changed its focus.
A report suggests the iPhone supplier changed its plan after negotiations with new Gov. Tony Evers.
The company expects 2019 to be a "very difficult and competitive year," Bloomberg reports.
Suppliers have been grappling with a shift in iPhone demand.
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