A shake-up is looming for Redmond's consumer gadgets division, as the company faces tougher competition from Apple and Google, according to The Wall Street Journal.
Chipmakers to rework ownership and funding of two NAND flash memory-producing joint ventures. Toshiba gets a larger stake, while SanDisk reduces costs.
As long rumored, ex-Googler Henrique De Castro is out as Yahoo's chief operating officer.
The chip giant plans to acquire Sensory Networks, which creates pattern matching and acceleration software.
The Chicago Sun-Times has sacked all 28 of its photographers, instead opting to train its reporters to take pics with their iPhones.
The cuts are part of a massive restructuring plan announced last spring that including axing 10,0000 worldwide.
The company reportedly believes the move will enable it to create next-generation hardware that "will turn heads."
The trustee evaluating the online gaming company's finances tells the San Jose Mercury News that the company had $30 million to $40 million in debt and little cash to pay.
Under a barrage of more than 10GB per second in a DDoS attack, the document-leaking organization's Web site has been either inoperable or sluggish since the beginning of the month.
The Google CEO says that while Apple is a competitor, discussions between his company and Apple are ongoing.