ESPN claims that Verizon’s new custom cable plan is a breach of contract.
People who have had skin cancers in the past could significantly reduce the chance of a recurrence, new research indicates.
Etsy may be the best known website for homemade goods, but it’s not alone. Here are the most shopper-friendly online marketplaces.
Apple’s new smartwatch lacks a key security feature, making it a more tempting target for thieves.
DQ is the latest fast-food restaurant to take soda off the kids menu. Find out why drinks like the Arctic Rush are being frozen out.
A new resource offers help to victims and potential targets of identity theft and data breaches. Here’s what you need to know before it’s too late.
LEDs cut your spending on electricity by 75 percent to 80 percent. Here’s how to choose them to cast the right light for every room.
These huge phones are dorky in a way but rapidly gaining popularity. Here’s why.
This week: How to do things faster, why you should chase your dreams, why you should hang out naked, why you shouldn’t hire help and where to find cheap cigars.
And Pedialyte is capitalizing on this new market — actively advertising to the older crowd.
It’s easy to see why customers might try this product (wishful thinking). But the government is not impressed with the science (or lack thereof) used to back its claims.
Many people see millennials as job wanderers, eager to bolt at a new work opportunity. Here’s a reality check.
Travelers are more pleased with North American airlines than in the past, according to the latest J.D. Power study. Find out who topped the list.
Looking for a better quality of life? Here are the top cities in three categories for college-educated people who are 35 or younger.
Customers say they are losing cash to hackers who exploit Starbucks mobile payment app. Here’s how to protect yourself.
If you’re planning to buy anything online between now and May 18th, read this.
The come-ons for insurance are constant and often compelling when you travel. If you buy in, beware the “gotcha clause.”
Data suggests that booziness, sleeplessness, aggressiveness — and maybe even ill omens — make the roads predictably perilous at these specific times.
Google may be looking beyond driverless cars to pilotless commercial planes. Sounds scary, but it could be more reliable, some argue.
Nine guys in Oakland get massive Kickstarter backing and roll out a muscular computer that’s smaller than a credit card and cheaper than anything else on the market.