Up to 25 employees have been sacked from Valve in what has been described as a "great cleansing".
The alternative and developer-friendly social network cuts all full-time staff members but plans to “continue to operate normally on an indefinite basis.”
Not every store will be able to service a phone, but the company says the cuts were designed with minimal disturbance to the customer.
The entertainment giant cuts one quarter of its staff after social gaming proves to be a bust. However, Disney is not alone.
Big Blue confirms it's commencing workforce cuts, but declines to put a number on the job losses. A source tells CNET the layoffs entail up to 25 percent in the Systems and Technology group.
DVR maker has laid off "most" of its hardware engineers, according to Wired, but a spokesperson denies that the company is getting out of the hardware business.
The e-commerce site is making job cuts as it aims to reach profitability.
The company made cuts in areas that support manufacturing and R&D, according to Bloomberg.
As the gaming company searches for a new CEO, it's reducing team sizes and letting go of employees to "evolve into a more efficient organization."
The company's workforce reduction is equal to about 5 percent of its total worldwide employee base.