EE has denied any wrongdoing in a privacy brouhaha that sees another firm accused of offering EE customer data to the Met Police.
People living in the U.S., Canada, Brazil, and other countries can now make video calls directly from their e-mail.
Half of the people between 18 and 29 polled by Reuters/Ipsos say the software giant is cooler now.
Amazon's music service also fared well in a survey of music downloaders, but MTV and VH1 lost some ground.
Amid the debate on the value of advertising on Facebook, a new study from ComScore finds that ads do affect the buying behavior of the site's members.
A survey, conducted for Microsoft's advertising group, encourages advertisers to better tailor their marketing to the devices consumers are using.
The BlackBerry maker taps the chief of its U.K.-Ireland operations, one of the company's remaining strongholds, for a newly created role as regional managing director for Europe.
In an extensive worldwide poll, a disappointing 20 percent of people declare they think aliens are already among us. India and China are the most enlightened countries.
New data shows the rate at which U.S. users frequent the social network has markedly decreased along with users spending less time on the site.
The popular social network will essentially become a non-entity in several years, claims Ironfire Capital founder Eric Jackson.