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Two companies have issued recalls for a variety of frozen chicken products.
Home cooking is still the best way to control the calories, fat, sugar and other nutrients that families consume, a new U.S. study suggests.
Mapping technology advancements from Google Inc and Facebook Inc that provide more precise user location data than ever before are starting to dent advertisers' longtime skepticism about boosting mobile ad spending.
Walmart and Amazon are in an epic online shopping battle that promises bargains bigger than Black Friday.
Guaranteed two-day delivery is a big promise, and one that is sometimes delivered late. Here's some useful information to have on hand for tomorrow's Prime Day sale.
The world's largest retailer is launching one-day-only "atomic" deals, going head-to-head with Amazon's 20th anniversary bargain blowout.
The upgraded operating system will allow users to switch seamlessly between personal computers, tablets, smartphones and other gadgets.
Scholars around Appalachia are seeking to change outdated ideas about speech and identity in the mountainous region.
The burger chain denies that Happy Meals are being served with a side of swear words.
While the safety of their private financial information is a big deal for a lot of people, when it comes to protecting it, many are actually pretty lax.
More than half of smartphone owners check their devices a few times an hour or more, and most Americans have their smartphones with them all day and many all night.
Officials say a cellphone case that's shaped like a handgun could be mistaken for the real thing.
Sometimes dreams do come true!
A new trend is brewing, and it isn't beer.
Millions of Americans are recording their workout routines and activities on apps that are giving fitness experts new insights into the habits of a logged-in population.
The online retail giant plans to celebrate two decades of deals and two-day shipping with "more deals than Black Friday."
When it comes to dashboard displays that are more like smart phones, two things are clear: Customers want them, and automakers are intent on supplying them.
More companies are using activated charcoal as an ingredient in health and beauty products in the belief that it removes toxins from the body.
Oreos are getting a new look.
Some of today's biggest celebrities aren't rock stars or sports heroes - they're gamers.