How Foxconn’s broken pledges in Pennsylvania cast doubt on Trump’s jobs plan – The Washington Post

How Foxconn’s broken pledges in Pennsylvania cast doubt on Trump’s jobs plan - The Washington Post

How Foxconn’s broken pledges in Pennsylvania cast doubt on Trump’s jobs plan – The Washington Post

 

HARRISBURG, Pa. — For some residents of this small city, there was something familiar about Foxconn’s recently announced plan to hire up to 50,000 U.S. workers, one of the many hiring pledges from companies rounded up by President Trump in the first weeks of his administration.

The only difference was the scale.

In 2013, Foxconn’s chairman sent a jolt through this state capital when he said his company — best known for making Apple iPhones in China — would invest $30 million and hire 500 workers for a new high-tech factory in central Pennsylvania.

Locals were giddy. Foxconn had a small office here, but this seemed like the start of an entire new industry. Pennsylvania’s governor boasted about the deal. The Brookings Institution think tank hailed Foxconn’s decision as a sign of U.S. manufacturing’s strength.

Källa: How Foxconn’s broken pledges in Pennsylvania cast doubt on Trump’s jobs plan – The Washington Post

Apple cracks down further on cobalt supplier in Congo as child labor persists – The Washington Post

Apple cracks down further on cobalt supplier in Congo as child labor persists - The Washington Post

Apple cracks down further on cobalt supplier in Congo as child labor persists – The Washington Post

 

Apple said it has temporarily stopped buying cobalt mined by hand in Congo while it continues to deal with problems with child labor and harsh work conditions.

A Washington Post investigation last year detailed abuses in Congo’s artisanal cobalt supply chain, showing how miners — including children — labored in hazardous, even deadly, conditions. Amnesty International and other human rights groups also have alleged problems. Earlier this week, British broadcaster Sky News published an investigation that alleged continued problems in the cobalt supply chain.

The Post connected this troubling trade to Zhejiang Huayou Cobalt Company, a Chinese firm that is the largest buyer of artisanal cobalt in Congo and whose minerals are used in Apple products.

Källa: Apple cracks down further on cobalt supplier in Congo as child labor persists – The Washington Post

The Eagle Eye

The Eagle Eye

The Eagle Eye

 

En film om Australien sett med en örns ögon.

A journey across Australia from an eagle’s eye. Featuring animals and landscapes from the deserts to the ocean, including The Kimberley, Arnhem Land, The Pilbara, Cairns to Cape York and a handful of Western Australian Deserts.
If you want more nature and wildlife moments – check out our instagram @wildpacificmedia
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Cinematography: Nick Robinson, Luke Peterson, Caspar Mazzotti, Cam Batten, Sid Tinney
Editor: Caspar Mazzotti
Music licensed from Beatbox
‘Lumina’ by M J Petrie
‘Swarm Of Lights’ by N Jean, G Felix, S Casais
‘Earthrise’ by C P Haigh
Copyright 2017 Wild Pacific Media
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Apple fortsätter att producera reklamfilmer för iPad Pro

Apple fortsätter att producera reklamfilmer för iPad Pro

Apple fortsätter att producera reklamfilmer för iPad Pro

Apple fortsätter att producera reklamfilmer för iPad Pro på samma tema – Twitterinlägg.

Det är tydligt att Apple tänker hålla fast vid det grundläggande konceptet och använda det för att sätta fokus på olika användningsområden för iPad.

Take Better Notes

Take better Notes – anteckna bättre, smartare, snabbare och smidigare.

https://youtu.be/Z-9tvx0aO1U

Ned Less Stuff

Need Less Stuff – du behöver dra runt med mycket mindre prylar.

https://youtu.be/B7KgsNHuSFc

De här två annonserna är två av långt fler i serien.

Macken

Macken

Far The Days Come

Far The Days Come

Far The Days Come

 

En annorlunda animerad kortfilm om träd, en skog, människor och djur.

 

Far The Days Come
A tree fell and somewhere in a cold unknown land, man discovered fire.
Fire saved man and comforted him.
Time passed, trees kept falling and comfortable men fired to take further comfort in unknown lands.
World has come a full circle.
CREDITS:
Directed By : Ram Singh
Music By : Letter Box
Art Lead : Samar Malik
Artist : Gyanendra Singh, Govind Ram, Vikas Pundir
Animation :Pinky Naskar , Nishant Kumar
FX : Nishant Kumar
Special Thanks : Vivek Mangipudi
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Pencillati is a fast growing art production studio based out of New Delhi. Founded in 2013, we are an interesting mix of AAA gaming and Cell Animation veterans, along with some of the best upcoming talent in India. Our focus is on delivering the right quality, on-time, every time and our processes are attuned to provide on-call, customized solutions.
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