Microsoft has offered millions of people the ability to upgrade to Windows 10, the company's latest operating system for free.
Have you ever wanted to order some detergent or other staple item with just the press of a button? Amazon instant-order dash buttons are now available to everyone.
According to consulting firm IHS Automotive, the average vehicle in the US is now a record 11.5-years old.
More comic book super heroes are coming.
The auto company says the first person to refer 30 customers who eventually buy a Tesla will get a free Model X.
Mixed results for Ford F-150 pickup trucks in a relatively new crash test.
Amazon wants to change how you shop for groceries.
According to the latest sales numbers, Volkswagen was the world's top carmaker by sales during the first six months of this year.
Hate waiting in line? Google may have the solution for you.
A look at apps that help you with the increasingly popular hobby of geocaching.
Microsoft launches its highly-anticipated new PC operating system today.
The new head of the Transportation Security Administration says it will focus on airport screening in an overhaul of the agency.
About two years ago, Amazon introduced a prototype program to use drones to deliver packages within 30 minutes.
It's no secret that texting and talking on cell phones can distract us from accomplishing every day tasks.
Wendy's will start testing chicken products that are free of antibiotics.
Ebay gives up on one hour delivery.
The new and improved Chuck Taylor shoe goes on sale today.
Do you own a Nike+ Fuelband? If so you are due a refund.
The home ownership rate has fallen in recent years and many young adults are waiting longer to buy their first homes. That has more Americans renting and the competition getting fierce for rental units.
Looking to find a new friend or partner while flying the friendly skies?
You've heard that saying "you get what you pay for". Now a new study says a lot of people are willing to pay more for some traveling perks. Some ideas, if adopted by airlines, could end up costing you more on future flights.
Auto manufacturer faces $105-million fine and must offer to buy back Ram trucks as part of massive safety recall.
When it comes to credit card debt, which major cities carry the biggest burden? 3 of the top 5 are in Texas.
You'll soon be able to buy an Apple Watch outside the Apple Store.
A popular pet food company recalls some of its dog food for safety reasons.
How much chocolate does America eat?
A new report finds car owners are paying billions in repair bills due to the nation's bad roads.
Now that the economy is starting to improve, many Americans are hoping to clean up their finances, pay down debt and improve a credit score. Some companies are looking to capitalize on that desire, and not all of them are legitimate.
Gmail just went all Snapchat on us.
The credits stem from a court approved legal settlement by popular publishers for alleged e-book price fixing.
YouTube is getting a new look for its mobile app.
Experts say giving a new mom a push present is a growing trend but an NBC Today parents survey finds it's not for every mom.
Are you sharing your NetFlix account with family and friends. If so, you're not alone.
Starbucks is reporting higher profits, despite having to pay its employees more.
Two more health insurance giants are merging.
Federal investigation underway into possible price gouging by Delta, American, Southwest and JetBlue following Amtrak derailment in Philadelphia.
More than 70,000 Uppababy strollers are being recalled in the US due to a choking hazard.
The saddlebags on the motorcycles can come loose and fall off, increasing the risk of a crash.
Macy's is expanding its same-day delivery service to several new US cities.
Evenflo unveils new car seat that may save kids left in a hot vehicle.
AAA says diesel is now cheaper than regular gasoline in 21 states.
Fiat Chrysler is recalling nearly 350,000 crossover SUVs worldwide to fix engine covers that could come loose and catch fire.
A long-lost Dr. Seuss book will be published next Tuesday, more than 20 years after the author's passing.
Clark County, Nevada is raising the cost of a marriage license by $14.
Discover Bank and two affiliates will pay 18 and a half million dollars in consumer refunds and fines for engaging in illegal student loan servicing tactics.
If you love iced tea, today is "Free Tea Day" at participating McAlister's Deli locations.
A salmonella outbreak in 11 states is linked to raw Tuna in sushi.
Amazon is expanding its service that connects customers with local handymen.
Starbucks and the New York Times have reached a deal to deliver free news articles via Starbucks' coffee rewards program.
McDonald's is reportedly looking at offering its breakfast items all day long.