Tech Business Roundup: Nokia’s APOLOGY, Zynga LOSES Another Executive
An apology has been issued by Nokia Corporation (NYSE:NOK) for giving the impression that video and photographs used in promotional content for its new Lumia 920 smartphone were shot while using the device, which was not the case. The purpose was to exhibit the superiority of the 920’s “PureView” tech.
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Yet another top executive has left Zynga (NASDAQ:ZNGA), as GigaOm says that Chief Technical Officer Allan Leinwand for Zynga’s infrastructure, has exited to assume the same position of platform development for the systems management software company ServiceNow (NYSE:NOW), according to Leinwand’s LinkedIn page. Zynga’s infrastructure reinforces its efforts to lower its dependence on Facebook (NASDAQ:FB), and also to lure third-party developers.
Hewlett-Packard Company (NYSE:HPQ) has calculated that it will eliminate about 29,000 jobs in connection with the multi-year restructuring plan through its fiscal year 2014, with some of those employees leaving the company as part of a voluntary enhanced early retirement program for United States employees.
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