New-car sales hit records in 2014 not seen since 2006. But a lot more people buy used cars. If your budget is tight, finding a good used car that’s also inexpensive is tough.
Toss the cords! IKEA is creating furniture that charges your devices.
With over a billion users, Facebook keeps people connected, and people are sharing from what they're doing to how they're feeling.
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?
The dairy case is bulging with new products that seem like tasty ways to get more protein, calcium, and other nutrients into your diet.
Washington police officer teams up with gear manufacturer to create military-inspired diaper bags.
Buying a home can be full of challenges, especially when it comes time to picking a real estate agent. So how do you get the best deal?
Don't let online ads ruin any surprises this Valentine's Day.
Consumer reports finds the best snack bars with nutritional value.
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.
Sunbeam is recalling 34,000 "Holmes" brand oil-filled heaters due to a scalding hazard.
Consumer Reports checks out several phone charges that will never leave you out of battery.
Delaware is aiming to be the first state to offer virtual driver's licenses accessed through a secure smartphone app.
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Goodyear is recalling about almost 49,000 SUV tires after finding small cracks in the tread during endurance testing.
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.
If you are looking to save big bucks on a TV before the big game, Consumer Reports says you can expect to save about 19%.
Facebook officials say they are cracking down on 'fake' news stories appearing on your news feed.