A clever printing technique allows advertisers to create optical illusions — or different messages for kids and adults on the same image.
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Consumer Reports evaluated window air-conditioning units for performance, noise and other factors. Here’s what they found.
Scammers posing as Microsoft techs may try to gain access to your system or sign you up for services you don’t need.
A Montanan was told he had brain cancer and less than 6 months to live. A judge awarded him nearly $60,000 for his anguish. Is that good enough?
Moms are less prepared for retirement than fathers or women without children, a new study says.
For Mother’s Day, researchers examined the financial importance of what Mom decided to call you.
The federal government just dropped a data bomb on the health care industry. Now consumers can look at hospital-specific charges across the country for the top 100 patient procedures.