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More than 1,000 IBM workers at an affected server division demanded proper compensation and refused to be "sold" to Lenovo.
As part of a global plan to cull 5,000 jobs in order to refocus the company, Sony has made a number of Australian and New Zealand employees redundant.
The grab for mobile users is taking a number of different turns. Here's a small curve for marketers on LinkedIn.
Hello Ruby, a Kickstarter-funded book to help teach kids programming, has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars - showing that getting young people into coding is a matter of feeding their imagination.
IBM Australia is expected to cut 500 jobs as part of plans to move investments in areas such as cloud, analytics and cognitive computing.
Experts argue that, up until now, robots have been limited to jobs in the following three realms: dirty, dangerous or dull.
Are Sony's cutbacks more evidence of the changing of the guard at the top of the tech world?
Certifications ranging from software lifecycle management to cloud and database architecture to project management are hot skill areas for the year ahead.
An SMB-specific online hub is LinkedIn's latest piece in finishing its global economic graph puzzle.
One of few major social networks to remain unblocked in China, LinkedIn launches Simplified Chinese site that it says will offer localized services as well as abide by local laws.
The new capabilities include visual analytics and "actionable insights" that are meant to increase a person's visibility on LinkedIn, in effect boosting one's "professional brand."
Singapore's business-focused fundamentals and geographic access are drawing global tech companies to its shores, but lack of talent and high costs may curb future takers.
Techies in the Brazilian state can't agree with employers around payrise and benefits; employers cannot fire or deduct pay from those involved in the action
The Facebook-WhatsApp merger is just the beginning of some major (and sometimes just plain crazy) deals in the tech world coming in 2014.
Australian directory and advertising business Sensis is moving to cut 800 jobs as part of a restructure into a digital business.