No Foxconn "Ipod City" in Suzhou By From the Web19 June 2006 17:25 - Source: Tom's Hardware | B 1 comment Print An More here at DigiTimes. PreviousLexar stockholders approve firm's acquisition by Micron Paypal flaw allows identity theft Yahoo 'worst offender' for Chinese censorship Prices of HD DVDs dropping, sort of Bill Gates' legacy: Microsoft's top-10 flops Vulnerability found in Microsoft Excel SCADA industry debates flaw disclosure A closer look at Microsoft Office 2007 Sources: Microsoft's Ipod-killing plans for real McAfee answers Microsoft's OneCare challenge SGI files restructuring plan NextFoxconn sternly denies Ipod sweatshop claims Global notebook production concentrated at top-four Taiwan makers ATI to begin 80nm production at UMC later this year Nokia unveils five new handsets Dutch site linking to MP3 files loses court case PayPal tackles phishing trap Xbox360 to run up the power bill? Apple to launch movie store this year - report Immersion announces vibration chip for next-gen game controllers TechEd 2006: PowerPoint sees welcome changes for Office 2007 IEEE in wireless wrangle Discuss Ask a Category Expert Create a new thread in the UK News comments forum about this subject Tags Example: Notebook, Android, SSD hard drive Publish This thread is closed for comments Sort by: Most recent | Oldest first 0 Hide Anonymous , 1 February 2012 03:51 Well, I call double BS on this story because I've bought 2 engraved iPod Touch and they both shipped from Suzhou - a kind of suburb of Shanghai. Why would they ship from there if there were no factory there? Doh!!