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Imminent layoffs at Nokia's key IT outsourcing partners will likely amount to more than half of the Finns it transferred earlier this year.
Samsung has emerged as the most preferred brand among Indian high school students, who also prefer social networking tools, over SMS and voice calls, as the primary method to communicate with friends.
In the New Zealand IT sector, pay sometimes isn't everything.
Updated: It's been a rough couple of weeks for employees in the tech industry.
Unfortunately for Big Blue and its employees, this just marks yet another round of layoffs -- one of several in the last few years.
Taking a cue from jury verdict proceedings, British Airways is taking some of Silicon Valley's best and brightest minds to the clouds to brainstorm during a Transatlantic flight.
Choosing your co-founder can be like choosing your spouse. Some questions you need to ask: how well you know them, how you complement each other, and how open-minded they are.
Its Indian R&D center is playing an increasingly important role in the company's software development and IP creation, and the company has invested more to maximize its potential.
Keith Block will be responsible for leading the CRM giant's global sales, customer support and consulting services units.
Microsoft says expanded training scheme can create 3,000 new jobs over next three years.
The Full Federal Court has ruled that the use of the term 'disturbing' in the judgment of the Oracle case did not damage the reputation of the plaintiff's former solicitor.
[UPDATE] Singapore's Economic Development Board will send candidates from local universities and holding IT security jobs to RSA's Anti-Fraud Command Center in Israel for cybersecurity training over for up to two years.
Despite some comparisons, there are doubts that recalling retired co-founder N. R. Narayana Murthy can revive the company's fortunes as the late Jobs did with Apple.
Amazon has suffered another strike in Germany, with workers at the logistics centres in Leipzig and Bad Hersfeld walking out over pay and conditions.
UPDATED: Zynga confirms cutting its global workforce by 18 percent as it restructures with a focus on mobile channels.