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RIM to cut 5,000 jobs

RIM to cut 5,000 jobs
Blackberry maker Research in Motion (RIM) is to cut 5,000 jobs as it delays the launch of its new phone operating system Blackberry 10. [..more]
     

Glaxosmithkline introduces the new deskless environment

Glaxosmithkline introduces the new deskless environment
Glaxosmithkline, the global pharmaceutical giant has introduced a new working environment by removing desks from their offices. [..more]
     

Google helps manage mobile workphone using App

Google helps manage mobile workphone using App
Google is aiming to improve communications between organisations and their offsite employees, with the launch of a new app. [..more]
     

90 million workers not needed by 2020, according to new report

90 million workers not needed by 2020, according to new report
Millions of people worldwide will not be needed by employers by 2020 unless there are significant changes to address unemployment and worker training.[..more]
     

UK workers work three weeks overtime per year

UK workers work three weeks overtime per year
The average UK worker puts in over three weeks overtime a year, just by checking and responding to work emails and calls at home, a new survey suggests. [..more]
     

IDair's new fingerprint reader captures prints from 6 meters away

Android app steals contactless credit card data
IDair makes a machine that can photographically capture a fingerprint from as far away as six meters in enough detail to match against a database. [..more]
     

Android app steals contactless credit card data

Android app steals contactless credit card data
An app named paycardreader, will skim card numbers and expiry dates, along with transactions and merchant IDs, and was successfully tested against a German PayPass Mastercard. [..more]
     

Metro Bank receives 40,000 applications for 475 jobs

Metro Bank receives 40,000 applications for 475 jobs
The high street bank received over 40,000 job applications for the 475 roles it has created since its launch in July 2010. [..more]
     

Facebook buys Face.com for $60 million

Facebook buys Face.com for $60 million
Facebook is set to acquire Israel-based Face.com, the facial recognition firm it uses to tag photos, bringing its employees and technology in-house. [..more]
     

Box to create 100 jobs in Europe

Box to create 100 jobs in Europe
Cloud storage company Box has announced its first international headquarters which will be located in London, UK. [..more]
     

Facebook payouts $10m to settle lawsuit

Facebook payouts $10m to settle lawsuit
The social network giant have settled the proposed class action lawsuit and has now agreed a compensation figure. [..more]
     

Rolls Royce secures 300 jobs with new MoD Contract

Rolls Royce secures 300 jobs with new MoD Contract
The global power systems company has signed a contract worth in excess of £1billion with the Ministry of Defence (MoD). [..more]
     

Twitter partners with Saleforce.com

Twitter partners with Saleforce.com
Twitter and Salesforce.com have recently announced a partnership to connect Salesforce's Radian6 social media monitoring platform to Twitter's public tweets. [..more]
     

Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs

Nokia to cut 10,000 jobs
Finnish firm Nokia is to axe 10,000 of its staff by the end of 2013 from its mobile phone business. [..more]
     

Twitter expands Tweets

Twitter expands Tweets
Twitter users have been able to see YouTube videos and photos uploaded onto the site using image-sharing app Instagram within the body of a tweet once expanded. [..more]
     

Unilever may axe 500 jobs by 2013

Unilever may axe 500 jobs by 2013
Up to 500 Unilever staff may lose their jobs as sites are to close in Flintshire, Swansea, Bridgend and Slough. [..more]
     

Samsung programmable NFC Labels - TecTiles

Samsung programmable NFC Labels - TecTiles
Samsung has introduced an NFC app and customisable stickers that are designed to automate the functions of its Android devices. [..more]
     

Olympus to cut 2,700 jobs worldwide

Olympus to cut 2,700 jobs worldwide
The Japanese camera maker has announced restructuring plans which will result in approx 2,700 job cuts worldwide. [..more]
     

Facebook launches App Store

Facebook launches App Store
Facebook has opened its alternative to Google Play and Apple's App Store with the launch of the Facebook App Center. [..more]
     

Marks & Spencer to create 500 jobs with instore banking

Marks & Spencer to create 500 jobs with instore banking
Marks & Spencer has announced it is launching an instore banking facility this summer, creating 500 by the end of 2013. [..more]
     

YouTube set to broadcast London Olympic Games 2012 live

YouTube set to broadcast London Olympic Games 2012 live
Sports fans in 64 territories, across Asia and Africa will be able to enjoy live coverage of the events as well as highlight clips on this digital platform, free-of-charge. [..more]
     

4500 jobs saved at Clinton Cards

4500 jobs saved at Clinton Cards
A US greeting card company has purchased the remaining 397 Clinton Cards stores, saving 4,500 jobs. [..more]
     

Diageo Whisky create 850 jobs

Diageo Whisky create 850 jobs
The premium drinks business has announced plans to invest over £1billion in Scotch whisky production over the next five years, creating over 850 jobs in the process. [..more]
     

600 jobs to be axed at BAE Systems

600 jobs to be axed at BAE Systems
BAE Systems is planning to axe 600 jobs and close a site responsible for making tanks during the First World War. [..more]
     

Facebook's stock price falls below $30

Facebook's stock price falls below $30
Facebook's stock has fallen below $30 for the first time since its much-awaited public debut this month. [..more]
     
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