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IBM ask for voluntary redundancies
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While sharpening its axe

Big Blue wants to become smaller and asks workers who want to quit with a pay-off to put their hands up as it starts a new round of global sackings.

Tories flog off largest British fab to Yanks
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Newport chip factory sold for €163 million

The UK government has said yes to selling Newport Wafer Fab (NWF), the country's biggest computer chip maker, to US firm Vishay Intertechnology for €163 million.

Tech mob forms after Apple dodges EU law
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Pushback on Apple's sham plan

Spotify, Epic Games, Deezer, Paddle, and several other developers and EU groups today sent a snotogram to the European Commission to moan about Apple’s "dodgy scheme" to get away with avoiding the Digital Markets Act (DMA).

French court backs the GPL
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Orange in a jam

French phone firm Orange has been ordered to pay up for ripping off the open saucy software of Entr'ouvert, a small French publisher.

Huawei’s chips match Zen 3
Published in PC Hardware


HiSilicon V120 are four years behind

A Geekbench 6 result shows what could be the first look at the speed of the Taishan V120, made by Huawei's HiSilicon arm.