Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
No word on the number of jobs affected.
Part of its cost reduction efforts.
14 percent of its global workforce.
Cuts deepen as revenue falls.
Frontier Developments has announced it is working on a new game but also cutting staff.
Social gaming giant Zynga is losing approximately 18% of its workforce to cut costs and closing down several of its offices.
Up to 900 staff members shown the door.
TimeGate, the studio partly responsible for Aliens: Colonial Marines, has laid off approximately 25 staff.
EA has cut jobs in Los Angeles, Montreal and some of its smaller studios due to the oncoming console transition.
Looks to concentrate on high-grade and enterprise lines.
Around 10 per cent of staff for the chop.
Sources point to 20-30% cuts in engineering, sales.
Atari has closed Test Drive Unlimited publisher Eden Games, stating that it's focusing more on mobile gaming.
Sega has confirmed it's cancelling games and laying off staff due to poor financial performance.
THQ's upcoming Warhammer 40K MMO has been cancelled as the company lays off 118 employees.
Activision Blizzard has announced 600 job cuts as it begins to lose its grip on World of Warcraft subscribers.
MySpace is cutting headcount in its US offices by a whopping 30 percent - although senior management is allegedly dodging the axe for now.
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.
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.
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.
Panasonic has announced massive losses this year which have forced the company to cut 15,000 jobs and close 27 manufacturing plants worldwide.
Microsoft disappointed investors yesterday with a below-expectations earnings report - and has embarked on a cost-cutting programme that will see 5,000 jobs eliminated.
In further proof that the tech sector is really feeling the credit crunch, Google has announced the closure of three engineering offices and is trimming its service offerings.
The One Laptop Per Child project, which aims to provide low- or no-cost laptops to children in developing nations, has announced jobs cuts as it struggles to stay afloat.
Western Digital has announced that it is in financial difficulties, and is to close two facilities and lay off around 2,500 workers along with other cost-cutting measures.