Safety regulators say consumers should keep the furniture away from children unless the products are mounted to a wall…
A class-action lawsuit against T.J. Maxx may give bargain hunters buyer’s remorse when they learn the retailer’s oft-touted ‘compare at’ prices are “staff estimates,” not real department store prices.
For all those who hailed the iPhone as the “Jesus Phone” in 2007, the Apple Watch’s arrival has hardly been the second coming.
By now, most people know that their social security number is the key to their identity, so they need to be very judicious about who they share it with. So imagine my surprise when I discovered that the credit bureaus required me to give my number to an unidentified foreign call center rep.
Two hackers were able to take remote control of a Jeep as a journalist drove at 70 mph on a St. Louis road, and Chrysler has quietly issued a software patch to fix the security flaw.
Palo Alto-based Theranos is revolutionizing the traditional blood test by eliminating the lab, and providing technology that uses a finger prick similar to blood tests diabetics use to measure blood sugar.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle are coming together following a report that revealed the state is putting millions at risk for identity theft by printing full social security numbers on documents being mailed.
Sonoma County-based Clover Stornetta Farms issued a recall of 2 percent milk sold in Northern California, saying there could be small pieces of food-grade plastic inside.
Good news. Your old Disney VHS copy of Beauty and the Beast may be worth hundreds of dollars!
Apple was awarded a patent Thursday for a system allowing it to deliver ads to customers based on the amount of money the company thinks you have in your bank account.