Consumers might be more naughty than nice when shopping this holiday season and facing a "should I or shouldn't I" purchase.
Between 2000 and 2007, the telemarketing firm Suntasia charged hundreds of thousands of customers an average of $239 each for essentially worthless subscriptions. Researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, Indiana University ...
Shoppers increasingly consult online reviews before making holiday purchases. But how do they decide which reviewers to trust?
New research is the first to establish the darker side of being devoted to your favourite brand.
The internet is about to change dramatically. Unless it isn't.
California regulators have nixed a plan to let self-driving car manufacturers evade liability for crashes if the vehicle hasn't been maintained according to manufacturer specifications.
A consumer activist launched Thursday a lawsuit accusing Google of illegally collecting data on more than five million British iPhone users, who could possibly see a payout reaching into the hundreds of millions.
Imagine going shopping and having your phone or fitness tracker make product recommendations for you based on your breath or the current physical state of your body.
While many people consider themselves generally moral and honest, even the most upstanding citizens will likely become willing to lie, cheat and steal under certain circumstances, according to evidence from a new study in ...
Powered by Chinese smartphone users splurging billions on mobile games and online shopping, China's tech giants Tencent and Alibaba are racing up the elite league of the world's most valuable companies.