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The company may have chosen the wrong time to streamline its offerings as its primary mobile-focused business struggles through court battles.
Dozens of jobs have been cut with redundacies being placed in the company's Taiwan headquarters. And yet, HTC struggles on in India.
Desperate times call for desperate measures, and in a desperate search of profitability, HTC will soon cut 1,500 manufacturing jobs in Taiwan.
What would have happened if Broadcom had acquired Qualcomm? Some say we should take a cue from the aftermath of a recent actual acquisition.
The semiconductors company is looking to cut 4 percent of its staff as part of a cost reduction regime to increase dividends to investors.
The California-based semiconductors company is working to cut operation cuts by about $1 billion yearly and had considered not touching the workforce.
The Moto X4 successor may not be while Moto Mods may not be as imaginative as Lenovo had hoped they could be. All as the mobile division suffers financially.
Anywhere from one-third to one-half of the remaining staff in Chicago are getting the slip. One Moto Mod developer is holding back on devastating news for the Moto Z series.
The word on the street is that the sales department will downsize and serve businesses, businesses and more businesses. All sizes, too.
Financial troubles continue to burden the company's faltering expansion from China. A hardware ecosystem will fall away to content subscriptions.
Back in October, chairman Jia Yueting said that the company had 500 employees in the US "with more being added each week."
The Chinese smartphone-maker has billions of dollars coming its way, but it's been chewing gristle in its oversized US operations in the meantime.
Firefox has not been working out on televisions, phones and tablets. Heck, web browsing is suffering, too. But aims are high for IoT.
A sluggish holiday quarter and an overall sluggish year is the word from Fitbit. But the company did come away from 2016 with some new assets it can use.
No numbers have been detailed. The company is expected to give a downbeat overview of its fourth quarter performance on January 30.
While the manufacturer is establishing a solid presence in the United States, its Chinese sales have slid to the favor of OPPO and Huawei.
Faced with sudden cash flow problems, the overly ambitious LeEco is hitting the brakes on its various international businesses.
The building gets locked up at the end of the year as more jobs go elsewhere. The second cofounder of Cyanogen may also lose his job.
The two announcements, which aren't necessarily tied together nor mutually exclusive, continue the narrative of a struggle to profitability for Twitter.
Most of those job cuts will end up impact Motorola in Chicago and the 1,200 or so jobs that are still there. Will Lenovo shut Chicago operations down?
In addition to the 1,850 layoffs announced in relation to Microsoft's mobile unit, the company is planning an additional 2,850 layoffs in the same vein.
The CEO and the co-founder of Cyanogen Inc. are batting back against reports that the company is turning away from OS development.
As the company's OS struggles to gain ground, Cyanogen is laying off about 30 percent of its staff as it heads off in a new direction with a new COO.