Americans plan to spend a lot on their sweethearts, special friends and children's teachers this coming Valentine's Day.
50 million people in 200 countries use Google's "Waze" traffic app- which offers real-time reporting of officers' locations.
The first US based bitcoin exchange opens for business.
According to documents filed by US Auto Safety Regulators, the cooling fan resistor may overheat and melt, increasing the risk of a fire.
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The contest is open to US residents in grades six, seven and eight and the winners will win $500 each.
Millennials were twice as likely as consumers ages 30 to 49 to have spent more than intended.
The cost to rent an apartment, home or condo is rising.
ShopAdvisor says this year, 83 percent of the TVs that consumers are eyeing for Super Bowl Sunday have screens 55 inches or larger.
Gas prices went down in 2014 from the year prior but do you know what you spent that gas savings on?
Sony has asked that it file its third quarter earnings on March 31st, two weeks later than originally scheduled.
Multiple reports say Google will begin selling cell phone service along with its popular Android smartphones.
West Africa currently produces around three quarters of the world's cocoa supply.
Wells Fargo and JP Morgan Chase were ordered to pay millions in mortgage kickback scheme.
The merger, if it is approved by the Federal Trade Commission, will make the combined company the largest small format value retailer in North America.
The social network has announced a new feature for its mobile app users.
There's a new twist on the way for one of America's favorite snacks.
Mortgage applications rose again last week as mortgage rates continue to fall.
Starting Saturday, the scandalous Seth Rogen comedy will be available to its subscribers in the United States and Canada.
The world's largest social network has changed the way it handles posts deemed as hoax.
Microsoft reveals more details about their new operating system, Windows 10, expected for release later this year.
Little secrets about spending can take a toll on a relationship.
Consumers, especially younger ones, are willing to pay more green for healthier foods.
The service is called "Direct2Cash" and Walmart is not charging a fee.
A new feature on Facebook's Messenger App will automatically transcribe your voice messages but it's only being made available to a "tiny scale" of select users for now.
Five years after it ditched its hefty catalog to focus on the web, JCPenney is bringing its giant paperback back.
It's an app that allows the user to rent a stranger's bathroom.
Sony is offering up a 3-day only discount this weekend to its Playstation Network members as an apology for that outage that took place over the holidays.
The two Super Bowl teams are now set. Fans who want to make the trip to Phoenix should act fast.
Amazon will begin producing original movies and they're coming to a theater near you!
Millions of Americans could avoid that penalty but many won't bother.
The chicken nugget wars are back.
Currently 24 states have gas less than $2 per gallon and that number is expected to grow later this week when prices are expected to fall even further.
Popcorn has become such a treat in this country, it leads the list of most microwaved foods.
Budweiser is offering beer on demand.
The U.S. Postal Service is requesting a rate hike for some mailings.
Google plans to release a new version of the product sometime this year.
If you could put a price tag on your phone what would it be?
A lawsuit accused the companies of striking an agreement to not recruit each other's employees
The burger will only be available to about 3,500 restaurants in select regions, including Atlanta and Southern California.
The airline says it is doing what it can to avoid similar situations in the future.
According to data provided by the National Association of Theatre Owners, from January to September of last year, the average ticket price was $8.12.
The report also shows that of all US housing units, 0.85 percent or one in every 118 had at least one foreclosure filing in 2014.
If you file a paper federal tax return be prepared to wait a little longer for your refund.
Marriott has backed off its plan to block some internet access on hotel property.
As gas prices continue to fall, what's next for consumers?
Low fuel prices and a healthy economy are contributing to booming RV sales.
Radio Shack has more than 5,000 stores.
The company says the move will cut its debt by 10 billion dollars.
Facebook could know you better than your own family.