The battle between MySpace and Facebook? It's over.
10 sites account for half of all time spent online by Britons, Nielsen research reveals.
Two-thirds of marketing experts have admitted that they don't understand social media sites such as Twitter and Facebook despite agreeing that it is here to...
British iPhone users are four times more likely to surf as users of other smartphone, a ComScore study reports.
iPhone, BlackBerry Storm, HTC G1 and other cool gadgets with deals rake in the cash for carriers.
Company's site misspelled the word "MacBook"--and the error sat online for weeks.
Concern about security still stops consumers from shopping via smartphones or other mobile devices, studies show.
Twitter is the fastest growing social-networking site, but its popularity could be tripped up by news that the most popular tweets could soon be carrying advertising.
Upgraded specs with little else disappoint the faithful; some threaten PC-switch.
The consumption of mobile data services, including search, has steadily increased year over year as indicated by the use of...
A survey of U.S. smartphone users who installed applications on their mobile devices in 2008 reveals that a surprising 16.5 percent spent between $100 and $499.
UK efforts to promote broadband connections result in nearly 100 percent service.
Wireless, mobile Internet devices could usurp use of both iPhones and Netbooks, research suggests.
Google's car used to capture mapping data for Google Maps Street Views hit a deer. The incident was captured in Google Street Views for all to see.
As much as 10% of British surfers are on a social networking site at any given time, a study shows.