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City Council paper usage down 40 percent after switch to iPads

The City Council of Vancouver, Wash., reports that in the two months following a switch to iPads, paper usage is down by nearly 40 percent.

By March 5, 2012


Time Warner Cable tries to cap broadband data usage--again

In Southern Texas, Time Warner Cable is offering customers $5 off their bill if they'll agree to a 5GB cap on data usage. Where have we seen this before?

By February 29, 2012


Verizon offers data usage controls, makes parents more uncool

Verizon's Usage Controls service allows customers to tailor their families' phone and data usages

By February 8, 2012


Purge the OS X disk cache to analyze memory usage

The disk cache in OS X can sometimes use a fair amount of the system's RAM, and clearing it can help you figure out how much RAM your applications and system processes are using.

By February 7, 2012


T-Mobile Full Monty tariff strips off all usage limits

The UK network is offering unlimited Internet, texts and calls on 24-month contracts -- tethering, streaming, downloading also A-okay.

By January 30, 2012


How to reduce and keep track of your monthly data usage

Data-heavy apps and services will quickly dry up your monthly smartphone data plan. Find out how to keep tabs on your data usage and prevent going over your limit.

By January 27, 2012


Chrome usage within striking distance of Firefox

Microsoft's IE is holding its lead, but Chrome is closing in on Firefox for second in a fiercely competitive market as browser makers use the software to drive their agendas.

By December 1, 2011


Safari memory usage lower after 5.1.2 update

While the Safari 5.1.2 update does not address some situations where users may see pages turn white and reload, it does appear to significantly reduce the program's memory footprint.

By November 30, 2011


How to track your broadband data usage on PC or Mac

If you're a streaming and download junkie, you risk busting your monthly broadband data limit. Here's how to keep track of your usage.

By November 22, 2011


Windows XP usage dips but it's still top OS

Windows XP has finally dipped below 50 percent of the desktop market but the 10-year-old operating system continues to be the most popular OS.

By November 1, 2011