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Quality Matters, Celebrity Influence Does Not for Fashion Buyers: CashKaro Survey

CashKaro.com, India’s favorite cashback and coupon site has published a new report illustrating the consumer taste and preferences among the youth when it comes to Fashion. Fashion industry in India is definitely a big one but the online Fashion market has got bigger and better. Show More Summary

Consumer Trust Far From Only Issue Hampering Recovery At Chipotle Mexican Grill

The “we can do no wrong since we already got people sick” trading patterns in shares of Chipotle Mexican Grill (CMG) are continuing unabated after the company reported second quarter earnings that showed a tepid traffic recovery. AsShow More Summary

Digital Citizens Slam Cloudflare For Enabling Piracy & Malware

Consumer interest group Digital Citizens Alliance has published a new report highlighting the connection between pirate sites and malware delivery. The group says that as many as one in three pirate sites are engaged in the practice,...Show More Summary

A Hard Truth Revealed From Fuel Efficiency Upset: Government Can't Predict Consumer Preferences

The biggest news in energy policy circles this week was the release by federal regulators of a mid-term report on U.S. fuel-economy standards. The report delivered a bit of bad news: Instead of achieving the original, headline-grabbing...Show More Summary

Starbucks’ revenue trails estimates

Coffee-shop chain Starbucks feels the pinch as American consumers spend less. ||| Chicago - Starbucks, the world’s largest coffee-shop chain, reported third-quarter revenue that missed analysts’ estimates after same-store sales growth slowed in the Americas, its biggest region. Show More Summary

‘Big Brother 18’ Spoilers: Paranoia Consumes Houseguests, What Happens With New ‘BB18’ HOH? [Spoilers]

Big Brother 18 spoilers from Thursday night might be a bit surprising. The July 21 episode finished with a cliffhanger, as viewers didn’t find out anything about the upcoming Head of Household competition. As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Tiffany Rousso got evicted from the BB18 house in a unanimous vote (8-0). Show More Summary

New Galaxy S7 Active smartphones won't leak, says Samsung

It's official: the Samsung Galaxy S7 Active isn't quite as rugged as it was originally advertised. Well, it wasn't, but it is now. Following failed underwater tests from both Consumer Reports and CNET, Samsung looked into the phone's production process and found manufacturing problems that were compromising its water-resistance. Show More Summary

Samsung says it fixed the water resistance problem of the Galaxy S7 Active

If you’re a Galaxy S7 Active owner and the handset’s recent failed Consumer Reports water resistance test has been giving you sleepless nights, then this piece of news should make you feel better.

Dish posts bigger-than-expected loss in pay-TV subscribers

(Reuters) - U.S. satellite TV provider Dish Network Corp reported a bigger-than-expected loss in pay-TV subscribers as more consumers increasingly opt for online video-streaming services. Dish said it lost 281,000 net pay-TV subscribers...Show More Summary

Samsung fixes Galaxy S7 Active's waterproofing problem

Earlier this month, Consumer Reports found that two units of the Galaxy S7 Active failed a water immersion test that was within the limits of the phones' IP68 rating. Samsung issued a statement, saying that it will replace any S7 Active...Show More Summary

Is 'Pokemon Go' catching all your monthly data? Congress wants to know.

Three House lawmakers have written to the chief executive of Niantic Inc. questioning the effect of the company’s blockbuster “Pokemon Go” app on consumers’ mobile data usage. “Users have reported maxing out their their monthly data usage plans within a week of playing and have complained of eating...

Digital Marketers: It’s Time for Mobile-First Measurement (Report)

Mobile adoption is driving digital growth, and marketers who don't follow the consumer tech trends could end up missing lots of opportunities to engage with potential customers.

?Unilever to buy men's grooming business Dollar Shave Club

Club sells razor blades and other grooming products direct to consumers; according to several reports, Unilever is spending $1B

Nutrition 101: Consumers Actually Do Read Product Labels

While it has been more than two decades since the FDA modified the Nutrition Facts panel, consumers may welcome the recent announcement that the panel will finally get its much needed update. While a few organizations have reported that reading the Nutrition Facts panel has fallen out of favor, The [...]

Chinese protesters smashing Apple iPhones over UN's South China Sea decision

Chinese nationalists are reportedly taking to boycotts and destruction of emblematic U.S. consumer goods, like the iPhone, to protest an unfavorable UN decision over disputed territory in the South and East China Sea.

Teenager designs world's fastest consumer drone

There's a new consumer drone in town and it's got a real need for speed. With an average top speed of around 70 miles per hour (the drone can reportedly fly at up to 85 mph in the right conditions), the Teal drone is nearly twice as fast as DJI's Phantom 4. Show More Summary

Dollar Shave Club Acquired by Unilever in Reported $1 Billion Deal

Being a disrupter might land you a billion dollar deal. That's the case for Dollar Shave Club, which has reached an agreement with Unilever for the consumer packaged goods giant to acquire the male grooming company for a reported $1Show More Summary

Unilever buys Dollar Shave Club for reported $1B value

Unilever creates and captures a unicorn with its plans to acquire Dollar Shave Club. Announced this evening, the $130 billion dollar multinational consumer goods company is speculated to be paying $1 billion for the startup, according to reports from Fortune. Show More Summary

Many Surface Pro 3 customers are reporting sudden degrade of battery life

As per Microsoft, the batteries on Surface devices are designed with some of the highest charge cycles for consumer electronic devices which means that the battery can get charged daily (5 days a week) for over 4.5 years and still maintain 80% capacity. Many Surface Pro 3 customers are now reporting on Microsoft forums that they are seeing sudden […]

These are the best cars of 2016 according to Consumer Reports

Every year, Consumer Reports and its team of automotive experts test and scrutinize virtually every car sold in the US. Of those cars, a select few stand above the rest and join the vaunted group of vehicles known as Consumer Reports'...Show More Summary

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