The maker of Up fitness trackers is closing its New York office and letting about 60 workers go.
The company says that it will cut 15 percent of its staff as it refocuses its business on "premium smartphones, virtual reality, and connected lifestyle products."
We dish on Microsoft's layoffs, AT&T eyeing Yahoo and the Chewbacca mask mom.
Haier, a Chinese manufacturer, paid $5.6 billion for the appliance division of General Electric. The companies announced the close of the sale today.
The layoffs represent the latest fall from grace for the once-powerful Nokia name.
We get into the idea of a DIY phone, debate whether we're trapped in a Google-Apple world and look at a feud between Tinder and 3nder. Also, Hodor.
Startup Acadine Technologies is laying off programmers and warning partners that work has stopped, as promised money fails to materialize.
Microsoft sells off part of Nokia, Fitbit buys into wearable payments and The Donald retweets.
We discuss Intel's huge round of layoffs and a smart home turning on its owner.
The company's looming layoffs and its sales plunge suggest that the action-cam market may be a fad. GoPro is looking to drones and new video software to rebuild its staying power.