With over a billion users, Facebook keeps people connected, and people are sharing from what they're doing to how they're feeling.
The CPSC has approved a new federal mandatory standard to improve the safety of frame child carriers that are worn on a caregiver's back to carry a small child.
Consumer Reports is out with its 2015 list of top pick cars.
Pebble, the Palo Alto-based startup that makes nifty smartwatches, is the latest wearable-maker to announce a new product with a giant elephant in the room.
Hydrogen-powered fuel-cell vehicles have long been just a clean-fuel dream, but now several automakers are introducing them.
Emojis are coming in all skin tones, according to Tech Crunch.
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?
Thousands of consumers voted and 30 products have been revealed as the product of the year.
On a treadmill you could try to do some more skill-based exercises, things that challenge your agility or coordination.
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.
A study from the Journal of Consumer Research shows that we often will buy something in an attempt to replace the feelings we have over disappointment.
Don't let online ads ruin any surprises this Valentine's Day.
Consumer reports finds the best snack bars with nutritional value.
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.
AT&T says the Federal Communications Commission will lose a legal battle if it increases internet regulation the way it wants to.
The way people bank is changing rapidly, as every year fewer go to branches and millions embrace Internet banking.
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.
Consumer Reports checks out several phone charges that will never leave you out of battery.
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.