A ninth employee has jumped to his death at Taiwanese iPhone manufacturer Foxconn, China's state media reports.
Xinhua said 21-year-old Nan Gang leapt from a four-storey factory in the early hours, soon after finishing work.
Shortly after, it emerged that the death of a worker at a Foxconn plant in Hebei province earlier this year was also a suicide.
A total of 11 Foxconn employees have tried to kill themselves this year - two have survived.
The incidents have raised concerns about worker treatment at the site.
Nine chip makers have been fined 331m euros (£283.1m, $404.2m) by European Union regulators for illegally fixing prices.
The companies involved are Samsung, Hynix, Infineon, NEC, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, Toshiba, Elpida and Nanya.
A 10th chip maker, Micron, was also part of the price-fixing cartel but escaped a fine in return for alerting the competition authorities.
The chips - DRAMS - are used in popular items such as personal computers.
North Korea has announced that it has made significant progress towards the development of thermo-nuclear power.
It is a claim that is likely to be met with some scepticism.
Despite hopes that the technology can produce large quantities of cheap, clean energy, no country has so far succeeded in making it work.
North Korea is one of the world's poorest countries and struggles to generate enough electricity for lighting and other basic needs.
Scientists are beginning tests to see if ultrasound can be used as a reversible contraceptive for men.
Based on early work, University of North Carolina experts believe a blast of ultrasound to the testes can safely stop sperm production for six months.
With a grant of $100,000 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation they will push ahead with more clinical trials.
The researchers ultimately hope it could offer a new birth control option to couples throughout the world.
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