You know that iPhone that you're walking around with? How would you feel if you knew it was made by underage Chinese laborers? Not so good eh? Well it turns out that after months of denying it, Chinese technology assembler Foxconn has fessed up to using children as "interns" to produce some of the iPhones that it delivers for Apple. Not only are they using young boys and girls to make these phones, they aren't paying them anything! That's what intern means, right? According to the article, Foxconn had been using these child interns because of a labor shortage. When your country has a couple billion people, Brendan Spaar finds it hard to believe that the company cannot find enough unskilled laborers (of legal age) to assemble these phones. Is this a case where we should be looking to companies like Apple to bring their manufacuring back home to the United States?