They're consuming plenty of energy while plugged in, even if they're not used actively
Here are five lessons we should learn from the fight over the merger
"Even if 50,000 people shorten their showers, this is a drop in the proverbial bucket"
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Many supplements contain a potentially dangerous ingredient, a new study says
Bad news for pets with refined palates
Even if the Apple Watch is a flop in the U.S., it could be a massive hit in China
Elephants at the circus are only the latest in a string of victories
People hate robocalls and want them to stop
That call you got probably isn't actually from the IRS
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Campbell Soup CEO Denise Morrison said consumers don’t trust big food makers, and the company announced a $200 million a year cost-cutting program to help its...
Anthem, J.P. Morgan hacks could lead to tougher online security.
It's no longer a matter of who's winning—it's about who's losing the least
After some hotels start jamming personal hotspots
Nothing says "I love you" like a diamond collar
The average household will save $750 on gas this year
Zipdial allows people without internet connection to get advertisements and promotions on their cellphones
The top tech need on the mind of most Americans isn’t sharper televisions, smarter watches. It’s better batteries