The Federal Trade Commission announced today that AT&T will pay $105 million for hiding extra charges in cellphone bills. The best part of the news? $80 million of it will go back into the pockets of people bilked by AT&T.
You'd think that, as a company accused of fostering oppression for years, SodaStream would be a little more careful about the wording of its biggest-ever marketing campaign.
The past week at the 2014 International Consumer Electronics Show, we saw a ton of cool, crazy, and downright unbelievable technology. Inevitably, in this orgy of tech nerdliness, some of what we saw will have a huge impact, while some will be doomed to vaporware status. But for the normal, non-tech-blogger consumer,…
The iPhone and the iPad are card-carrying members. Modern Warfare 3 is, like, the President. I'm talking, of course, about the Million-Plus Preorder Club. Now the Amazon Kindle Fire has joined the ranks. Before anyone even touched a Kindle Fire.
Apple's Time Capsule allows you to back up all the computers in your house. But what's the point of a network backup server that stays alive for only 17 months and 17 days?
Attention shopping savers! If you ever wondered how reward points programs really work—or don't work—here you have all the answers, fine prints, and even advice to become a reward points ninja. All clearly explained in a neat graphic.
It looks like customer service alone cannot save Best Buy in the current economy, so they've offered 4,000 corporate employees a buyout.
A recent study in the Journal of Consumer Research reveals that we are heavily influenced into choosing products with heavy technical specs—even when those specs mean nothing.