RIM officials are talking with United Arab Emirates and Saudi Arabian officials about their security concerns regarding BlackBerrys.
MySpace has lost 49% of its visitors in the past year, site-watcher reports.
More than half (53 percent) of mobile broadband don't know how much data they use a month, says Broadband Genie.
The opt-in service recommended for kids provides advice and a fast link to report online abuse.
Twitter is helping to combat outages by restricting the number of times third party apps such as TweetDeck and Echofon can access the service.
The Internet is becoming a more "social place" and there's plenty of opportunity for competing social networks, Google executive says.
Every resident in Finland has a legal right to 1Mbps broadband access from today.
Industry-watcher suggests the technology hasn't lived up to its promise, but faster networks may renew customer interest.
More than half of online scams are fake bank messages intended to dupe customers, while hoax lotteries and scams, researchers say.
Google's partnership with real estate agents enables you to look up real estate for sale or rent on Google Maps.