Which smartphone users suck up more bandwidth, AOL lands Gravity, a new strategy for Nintendo, and the terrors of walking and texting.
Which smartphone users hog all the data, AOL lands Gravity, a new strategy for Nintendo, and the terrors of walking and texting.
Columbia University researchers create an interactive map of the energy use from New York City's buildings with the hopes of identifying potential efficiency improvements and shared on-site energy systems, such as solar.
Start-up can track big power-consuming appliances in the home, a feature that could make energy monitors better at pinpointing energy savings.
Just out today, the new game is already No. 1 among all paid iPhone and iPad apps.
Why do we get so attracted to shiny new hardware, when it's actually the software and services that make the hardware worthwhile?
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After coming under fire for targeting peer-to-peer file-sharing traffic, Comcast is about to try out a new network management approach that slows down traffic for heavy bandwidth users.
Several users have reported an issue in which the Mac OS X Print Job Manager, a process labeled PrintJobMgr, inexplicably begins swamping the processor, using 99 percent of CPU.