Beat The Heat This Summer With These Cool GadgetsIf you’re struggling to stay cool – and stop sweating – during the heat wave, there are some gadgets that might help.
Innovator Elon Musk Says 800 MPH Hyperloop Will Soon Be A RealityMusk tweeted that there's still a lot of work needed to receive formal approval, but he's clearly used to the fast track.
Study: Artificial Sweeteners May Still Cause Weight GainResearchers who examined 37 studies involving more than 400,000 people say no-calorie sweeteners may still cause weight gain.
Smartphone App Uses Text Message Stories To Get Kids 'Hooked' On ReadingAn app allows users to read fast paced short stories right on their smartphones, and in the form of text messages between two people.
Over 7 Million Pounds Of Hot Dogs With Possible Bone Fragments RecalledThe USDA says one minor injury associated with consumption of the hot dogs has been reported.
Recent Changes To Reporting Practices Could Boost Credit Scores NationwideStarting this month, the three consumer credit reporting firms -- Equifax, Experian, and Transunion -- implemented another phase of the National Consumer Assistance Plan.
3 Brands Of Hummus Recalled Over Possible Listeria ContaminationThe three brands produced by Knoxville-based House of Thaller are sold as Fresh Foods Market, Lantana and Marketside.
Seen At 11: Hackers Can Access Sensitive Data If They Get A Hold Of Your Old PhoneIf you've sold or traded an old phone you might think that all of your old information was wiped away.
Reports Suggest Summer's Hottest Toy Could Pose Choking HazardFidget spinners are one of this summer's hottest toys -- but now there are reports of children choking on pieces of the popular plaything.
Amazon Is Buying Whole Foods In $13.7B DealThe deal comes a month after Whole Foods announced a board shake-up and cost-cutting plan amid falling sales.
Trader Joe's Recalls Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream Due To Potential Pieces Of MetalConsumers are urged not to eat the ice cream. It should be thrown out or returned to the store for a refund.
More Than 700,000 Pounds Of Chef Boyardee, Libby's & More Spaghetti And Meatball Products RecalledThe Department of Agriculture said the products contain milk, which is not listed on the label and could be an allergen.