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.
Ready to find out which app is eating all of your data each time it's running? NetLive knows exactly how much data your other apps are using right now.
Free Mac app System Lens shows you which apps are hogging system resources and lets you quickly close any offenders.
Someone from Siri's past has come out in defense of the software voice assistant's alleged data hogging ways, saying each query is about 63 kilobytes of data.
Microsoft has posted a breakdown of Surface storage, admitting that half the space on a 32GB Surface RT is taken up by Windows.
Just out today, the new game is already No. 1 among all paid iPhone and iPad apps.
Now that more users have capped or tiered data plans for their smartphones, should they be careful about using Apple's FaceTime app, which will soon allow video chatting over a cellular network?
After flirting with an iPhone for a month, here's why I switched back to a BlackBerry. The iPhone was fun, don't get me wrong, but I know where my loyalties lie.
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.