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Chancellor George Osbourne has cut the promised tax relief for UK game developers from the budget.
A-Data chief executive Simon Chen has predicted that global demand for DRAM will exceed supply throughout 2010, but hopes that prices won't rise too sharply as a result.
The Semiconductor Industry Association has released figures which show year-on-year growth in November of last year - hopefully signalling the end of the recession.
Retail chain GAME has admitted to suffering a notable sales slump in the run up to Christmas this year.
Industry sources are reporting that hardware manufacturer MSI is looking to start 2010 with a staffing reduction of between 10 and 20 percent of its workforce.
EA has announced that it has cancelled 12 games and made 1500 staff redundant.
Stockholm-based developer GRIN has closed two offices and continued with more layoffs in the face off financial difficulty.
The Taiwanese government has pledged at least NT$30 billion (£557 million) to help out its ailing DRAM manufacturing industry.
Market watcher iSuppli has it that overall PC shipments in 2009 will dip four percent year-on-year - the largest single year drop since 2001, with desktops the biggest losers.
Marc Andreessen - co-founder of Netscape Communications - has founded a new venture capital firm with business partner Ben Horowitz, and is sitting on $300M.
In order to cut costs after seeing profits drop 41 percent year on year, Adobe is shutting its US offices for one week - forcing staff to take holiday leave.
The ailing network giant Nortel is planning to offload its CDMA and LTE wireless technologies to Nokia Siemens Networks to aid its return from Chapter 11.
MySpace is cutting headcount in its US offices by a whopping 30 percent - although senior management is allegedly dodging the axe for now.
Sales of Mobile Internet Devices based on Intel's Menlow platform have been significantly lower than the company has predicted - but Intel claims it's nothing to worry about.
Market watcher IDC has revealed that worldwide server sales have slipped 25 percent in the first quarter of 2009 as companies choose to delay purchases.
Hackintosh distributor Psystar - creator of the Apple-unapproved Mac OS X-based Open Computer - has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings.
Dell's director of product management has openly admitted that the high price of Windows 7 compared to previous releases could hamper early adoption of the OS.
The Japanese technology sector has been hit by massive losses reported by companies including Panasonic, HItachi, and Sanyo.
THQ has posted a a loss of more than 430 million dollars, saved only by the solid performance of a few titles.
Toshiba has posted the largest net loss in the history of the company - and plans to shed 3,900 contract workers from its Japanese facilities to cut costs.
Nokia has reported a massive 90 percent drop in profits in the first financial quarter of 2009, with the slowing global economy continuing to bite.
Philips has shut down its 3D TV division - including the team behind the glasses-free WOWvx technology - citing the slowing economy.
Adobe has launched an offer which gives unemployed web developers the chance to snag a copy of the Flex Builder 3 Professional package completely free.
Research organisation DisplaySearch is predicting that netbook sales will grow a massive 65 percent this year - but claims the bubble will burst as the economy recovers.
Google has announced a further 200 job losses in its sales and marketing divisions as the credit crunch bites, blaming sudden growth for duplicated roles.
Intel is allegedly planning to raise the price of the netbook staple Atom N270 CPU as it falls victim to the chip's unexpected popularity among OEMs.
THQ has been forced to make studio closures after posting a huge amount of money last quarter.
Nokia is to drop 1,700 jobs as the global credit crunch makes its bite known, as a response to a massive drop in sales of 19 percent at the end of last year.
Fulfilling its promise to the Jaiku community, Google has released the code base for its micro-blogging engine under an open source licence.
The TIGA trade body has warned the UK government that unless tax breaks are applied to the games industry then more than 1700 jobs will be lost.
Nintendo has raised the trade price of the Wii in the UK due to the continued depreciation of the Pound Sterling.
Tech job listing specialist Dice.com has released its monthly Dice Report, which shows a massive 40.4 percent drop in job listings compared with this time last year.
IDC's Worldwide Quarterly PC Tracker is predicting a drop in PC shipments of 8 percent in the first half of 2009, after a 1.9 percent drop in the last quarter of 2008.
Online water-cooling equipment retailer closes as a result of current tough economic climate.
Flash memory manufacturer Spansion has filed for bankruptcy protection in both the US and Japan as it faces mounting debts in a slowing market.
It's been revealed that publisher-in-trouble Midway may be trying to get rid of the Mortal Kombat franchise in an effort to stay afloat.
Microsoft has sent out a series of letters to employees it has recently laid off, coughing to a mistake which resulted in overpayment of severance money - and demanding it back.
Electronic Arts honcho John Riccitiello has said that the current recession can only be a good thing for gamers.
Apple has ranked highest in a survey of customer's satisfaction with recently purchased products, beating all PC-centric rivals to the punch.
Nintendo has issued a press release, taking credit for the growth of the US console industry - despite falling sales.
Panasonic has announced massive losses this year which have forced the company to cut 15,000 jobs and close 27 manufacturing plants worldwide.