CEO Steve Ballmer expected to announce dramatic restructuring around services and hardware this week, sources tell AllThingsD.
CEO Steve Ballmer is reportedly at work on a "major" change to his company's structure to focus its efforts on devices and services.
The Norwegian browser maker cut 91 jobs, some through a voluntary severance program, as part of its embrace of the open-source WebKit browser engine also used in Apple Safari and Google Chrome.
The addicting social-networking site is mixing things up a bit to make its pins even more gripping.
Despite higher sales, Sony's fiscal first quarter results show the technology giant still facing pressure in some key areas.
The company will close offices in Chengdu and Shanghai, while expanding its remaining offices in Beijing and Guangzhou, according to the Wall Street Journal.
The company plans to eliminate 900 jobs, but hire 550 new positions as part of an overhaul of the business.
More change for T-Mobile is afoot, as the fourth-place wireless carrier attempts to reduce its operating costs.
Research In Motion is exploring options that include opening up its proprietary secure network and finding ways to boost revenue from BlackBerry 10.
The tech giant says the combination will help its go-to-market strategy, branding, supply chain, and customer support. Analysts question the synergy.