It’s amazing to see how much technology has changed in the past few decades. In a generation, our cell phones have gone from being bricks that were so heavy you could break someone’s nose with one if thrown hard enough, to sleek little pieces of glass and metal we can’t live without. Computers used to be huge machines for nerds who loved math; now they fit on your lap or desk at home while still doing everything those old computers did but better! The companies behind all these devices are some of the most profitable worldwide.
Apple has been a staple in many people’s lives for years. The company was founded by Steve Jobs and Wozniak, two college dropouts that were trying to make computers more accessible as they cost so much money at the time.
Apple Computer Company is one of the world’s most valuable brands with annual revenues nearing $60 billion USD last year alone. Founded by brilliant minds such as Steve Jobs and Stephen Wozniak who believed that personal computing should be available to everyone regardless their income or geographic location, Apple Inc is now seen around every corner; its products are everywhere from backyards on America’s North Coast all the way across Asia where it first opened up shop in Japan 1985 before spreading outwards into the rest of the world.
Samsung Electronics is a multinational company that manufactures mobile phones, accessories and electronics. Originally founded in 1938 as Samsung Electric Industries Company Ltd., the corporation today has its headquarters located at Suwon City just south of Seoul with branches all over Asia including China, India and Vietnam. Today’s annual revenue for this global powerhouse stands at $197 billion USD!
The Samsung electronics company is one of the largest manufacturers in their field. With more than 300 million units sold per year, they have a long list of innovative products to choose from including LCD TVs and LED monitors that are perfect for any home or office space.
3.Hon Hai Precision Industry Co.
The world’s largest electronics manufacturer is a Taiwanese company that produces everything from iPhones to televisions.
The Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. Ltd., or HNHPF, has been in business for over three decades and now manufactures products all around the globe. They are known as the “world’s single-largest maker of consumer electronic goods.” The manufacturing giant started up with only one factory but today they have 150 plants on four continents producing an expansive array of items including iPods, iPads, game consoles like Nintendo DSi XLs and Sony PlayStations 3 Slim models; computers such as Apple MacBook Pro 15″ Retinas (Mid 2012) laptops; TVs ranging from 32 inches to 60 inches screens like Samsung UN32EH4003FX.
4.Dell Technologies Inc.
Dell Technologies changed its name to Dell, Inc. in 2016 because the company has shifted from manufacturing PCs and laptops to a more diverse portfolio of products that includes software security solutions for businesses. Their other business segments include data storage, networking technologies like Switches & Wireless Access Points (WAPs), as well as their acquisitions such as EMC’s enterprise content management system Documentum and Quest Software which provides information technology assets optimization including monitoring tools through IT asset intelligence platform vROPS.
This year they are also focusing on artificial intelligence with an investment by SoftBank Vision Fund into Super Micro Computer or SMCI one of world’s leading suppliers of next generation servers powered by AI-based microservers called Edge Computing Systems.
Sony Corp. is a multinational conglomerate holding company headquartered in Tokyo, Japan specializing in manufacturing and distribution of products such as electronics, gaming devices, televisions and other audio equipment among others. They employ over ten thousand people worldwide with their headquarters being one of the most visited buildings on earth due to its size (1). Sony was founded by lawyer Akio Morita who had an interest for electric-powered technology after his laptop battery went dead during law school exams which led him into creating Hitachi Electric Industries Co., Ltd.(2)
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Akio Morita started out working at some small companies before he eventually made it big when he co-founded what would become part of today’s major distributor known as “Sony”.
Panasonic Corp. has been in the consumer electronics industry for over 100 years, and their microelectronics division is known worldwide as one of the foremost producers of semiconductors used to power everything from microwaves to satellites.
We’ve never seen a company that’s so committed to innovation, all while still maintaining such high standards when it comes down to safety precautions during production. They’re more than just an international corporation! Panasonic goes out on top with every product release they have because they don’t set arbitrary deadlines like other major companies do; instead, there are always two people working together who share ideas until finally settling on one design or idea which will be released at least six months later.