A Piper Jaffray survey finds 61 percent of US teens have iPhones, up from 48 percent last year. It's also almost double the percentage from two years ago. Are other brands really losing among teens?
A semi-annual survey on teen preferences from Piper Jaffray finds that Facebook continues to lose appeal with teenagers.
Jeff Weiner leaves all other US chief executives in the dust by garnering a 100 percent approval rating in employee-driven Glassdoor survey.
Jefferies and CNET are conducting a new survey about Adobe's subscription program and increasingly elderly CS6 software. Will you renew? What competing products have you bought?
Almost half of mobile phone users polled by CIRP singled out Facebook as one of their three most used apps.
AT&T manages to grab the top spot, but J.D. Power says the wireless purchase experience is getting better overall.
A UK study sees a first-ever drop in sexual activity among young Britons, and researchers suspect gadgets in the bedroom could be partly to blame.
A new survey shows that not only do 96 percent of respondents feel a closer connection to their partner when using Skype, but 29 percent have engaged in "naughty" calls.
In a survey that asked which gadget was most desired by kids, the 12- to 17-year-old age group showed its conservatism, opting for the tried-and-true. Though it was girls who wanted iPhones far more than boys.
The latest recap of customer satisfaction reflects the strengths of the two companies. Samsung gets strong marks for the cost of its tablets, and Apple scores well in performance and ease of operation.