The embattled social-games maker aims to cut up to $80 million in costs by culling employees across the company and closing offices in New York, Los Angeles, and Dallas.
Amazon Web Services introduces new local SSD-backed servers in effort to lure developers to its cloud storage.
The company logs its best-ever first quarter for smartphone sales, even as it has to adapt to a world in which someone else also sells Apple's iPhone in the U.S.
The rebalancing of the tech-heavy Nasdaq 100 index, intended to better reflect market values, will also affect the weighting of companies including Microsoft, Google, and Cisco.
Sony says it plans to conduct global "routine maintenance" on the online network starting at 8 a.m. PT. For those who will be awake and bored: Buck up!
Sony has very quietly announced a fix to the issue with firmware upgrade 3.41 that caused system crashes when attempting to upgrade the console's hard drive.
It was only meant to be a small update to the PlayStation Store, but Sony's latest PS3 firmware upgrade, 3.41, is crashing PS3s when owners attempt to upgrade the hard drive.
Just shy of 90 percent of Tandberg shares as it passes a self-imposed drop-dead deadline, Cisco says its acquisition plan is still very much alive.
After its initial bid got the cold shoulder, Cisco has upped its buyout offer for the video conferencing equipment maker.
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