Tax forms are in the mail, but beware: con artists are using taxes and the IRS as an excuse to steal your money and personal information.
Consumer Reports is out with its 2015 list of top pick cars.
Emojis are coming in all skin tones, according to Tech Crunch.
You've heard about it, but really, what is to be made of (or from) all these digital dollars?
Washington police officer teams up with gear manufacturer to create military-inspired diaper bags.
Valentine's Day is Saturday, and when it comes to showering their sweetheart with a gift, most people will end up struggling to do something creative.
Expensive vacations to exotic places often seem out of reach. So many people join travel clubs, which promise years of discounted airfare, hotels and dining.
Consumers who are on the fence about buying the Apple Watch will be able to take it for a test drive, so to speak, before deciding whether or not it's worth the investment.
There's a change in the way we shop online and what we're shopping for. More people are turning to their computer to shop.
Delaware is aiming to be the first state to offer virtual driver's licenses accessed through a secure smartphone app.
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The company behind the SkyMall in-flight catalog filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday. Once stuffed into the back of many domestic airline seats, the magazine was slain, apparently, by smartphones.
Facebook officials say they are cracking down on 'fake' news stories appearing on your news feed.
Looking for a way to improve your selfie game? A stick may be the answer.
One in five Americans have spent $500 or more on a purchase without their partner's knowledge, according to a CreditCards.com.
New Year's resolutions may drive you to try pills, and Americans spend billions of dollars on weight-loss supplements every year.
If you are into saving money, chances are you have an LED bulb somewhere in your residence.
Technology shows up in the strangest places.
What we eat and when we eat are shifting. Now grocers are working to offer the right products at the right price. CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports
It’s supposed to be the most wonderful time of the year but when kids don’t get the gifts they want it could go into meltdown mode.