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Apple’s Plus-sized iPhones are growing more popular

15 minutes agoTechnology / Apple : Cult Of Mac

The share of Apple’s iPhone Plus models is gradually growing compared to other “regular size” iPhones, according to a new report from Consumer Intelligence Research Partners (CIRP). The research firm notes that the percentage of iPhone...Show More Summary

One Kitchen Appliance to Rule Them All!

16 minutes agoArts : Yanko Design

The HUB kitchen appliance demonstrates product longevity, empowering consumers to take an active role in prolonging the life of products. It’s designed with “part-share...

Sins of the father could weigh on the next generation: RMIT study

The amount of food consumed by fathers could have a direct impact on their unborn children's health and wellbeing, according to new RMIT University research. The study suggested a dad's diet before they conceive could be geneticallyShow More Summary

$3B Sales Made Cyber Monday Largest Online Shopping Day Ever: Adobe

There were plenty of deals to be had this Cyber Monday, so how did consumers respond? With gusto, according to Adobe (ADBE). Although it’s too soon to have exact figures, Adobe’s data (based on information from 125 million visits toShow More Summary

Common kitchen practices detrimental to tomato aroma

Red, ripe tomatoes were dipped in 50 degree C hot water for 5 minutes or exposed to 5 degree C for 4 days to simulate consumer handling in food service or home kitchens. The results indicated that a short blanching or refrigeration of tomatoes substantially inhibited the production of volatile compounds and reduced tomato aroma quality.

Consumer Reports investigates prescription drug sticker shock

Americans spent $374 billion on prescription drugs last year, but only 17 percent of people shop around for a lower price

Cyber Monday sales slow as Web shopping spans holiday season

The pace of online spending slowed on Cyber Monday after consumers started their Internet shopping earlier over the weekend, turning to their smartphones to pick up deals, according to International... To view the full story, click the title link.

The consumer IoT standards wars

56 minutes agoTechnology : Gigaom

On the same day during the second week in November both Bluetooth and Thread announced major updates and roadmaps for their respective network layer protocols. It’s unclear whether it was a mere coincidence,…

Weak response causes Ford to drop Friends & Neighbors sale

Ford is canning its unpopular Friends & Neighbors program long before its January termination date, with one dealer citing a poor response from consumers. Continue reading Weak response causes Ford to drop Friends & Neighbors sale Weak...Show More Summary

Manchester City deal is good business for China

Sport tends to consume capital rather than create it. Acquired kudos often bridges the gap. The $400 mln investment by two Chinese groups in one of the UK’s most successful teams could break the mould. Still, investors in English soccer still seem to value trophies above profit.

Study Reveals How to Digitally Influence Consumer Behavior and Sales

Summary: According to a recent study at the University of Miami School of Business Administration, online shoppers are proving to be 80% more likely to choose more expensive products and services when accompanied by a video demonstration. Show More Summary

Which Countries Are Most Enthusiastic About Self-Driving Cars? [Infographic]

Self-driving cars are grabbing more and more headlines but are people actually ready for them? The World Economic Forum carried out a survey in conjunction with the Boston Consulting Group to gauge consumers' attitudes towards self-driving cars. It found that 58 percent of global respondents would take a ride in [...]

?Drones in 2015 move from 'wow, that's neat' to 'uh-oh' - CNET

These aerial toys and tools now are on the FAA's regulatory radar. Rules are tightening for consumers but should loosen for businesses.

Johnnie Walker, JetBlue and Canada Goose Are Creating Short Films to Connect With Consumers

At a time when ads are being trimmed to accommodate Snapchat and Vine, some marketers instead are playing the long game, serving up spots that run 15 minutes or more. Moët & Chandon, JetBlue, Johnnie Walker, Canada Goose and American Girl all released short films in the last few weeks featuring A-listers either in front of or behind the camera. Show More Summary

Chrome For Android’s Data Saver Mode Updated To Be More Efficient

Considering that the web is much richer these days when it comes to multimedia content compared to back in the day, this also means that the amount of data we consume is significantly more. For those who aren’t on unlimited data plans, this means that you will need to be smart about your data usage. Show More Summary

From the Archives: 1970 Plymouth Superbird

1 hour agoVehicles / Cars :

 Plymouth’s Road Runner Superbird no doubt captured the imagination and fancy of kids back in the early ’70s, but it was a tough sell for the consumer. Synonymous with Richard Petty and the aero car wars in NASCAR, the Superbird was built specifically for race day without much thought of demographics and practicality. The Chrysler […]

LG Zero delivers an all-metal design

We all know just how far LG has come where its range of consumer electronics devices are concerned, and their current flagship, the LG G4, is an object of desire for many thanks to the sheer number of technological innovations that have been thrown into the mix. Having said that, this does not mean that the folks over at LG are simply going to rest on their laurels – no...

New ‘MST3K’ Finds Its Henchman in Patton Oswalt

2 hours agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

With 12 days left on the Mystery Science Theater 3000 Kickstarter campaign, a new cast member has been revealed!  Consumate character actor Patton Oswalt has been announced as the next evil henchman, TV’s Son of TV’s Frank.  For those who are not avid fans of the B movie-riffing television show that ran from 1988 until its […]

Oculus VR To Make A “Special Announcement” This Thursday

Earlier this year Oculus VR took the wraps off the consumer version of the Oculus Rift headset. Unfortunately in terms of pricing and a specific release date, those are still details that are still pretty much left up in the air. InShow More Summary

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