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A new study shows that lunches packed at home tended to have more calories and fat.
The social media giant is again trying to explain how it targets advertisements to its 1.35 billion users.
The atypical flavors and new ingredients are part of a menu overhaul set to hit stores Nov. 19.
Auto designers are trying to use sensors, radar, cameras, and lasers to prevent collisions.
Consumers concerned about over-sharing on social networks are turning to apps aimed at protecting their privacy.
The fast-food chain says more than 2 million whistles are being recalled because they pose a choking hazard.
Higher food costs are eating into or eclipsing savings from gasoline, and increased holiday spending could be a much smaller bump after food inflation is taken into account.
Little green army men prevailed in their two-year battle for a coveted spot in the National Toy Hall of Fame.
The company is also deploying 100 satellite terminals to boost Internet services in affected areas in West Africa.
The characteristic hardware of the high-tech frames could partially obstruct peripheral vision.
It's expected to be another record-breaking year for online shopping.
Holiday shoppers expect to spend quite a bit more than they did a year ago.
The holiday shopping season is here and retailers aren't wasting any time.
Starting Saturday, Walmart will do whatever it takes to rope in holiday shoppers however they want to buy.
Alcohoot turns your smartphone into a portable, personal breathalyzer.
These songs are scary good!
The house has been transformed with blue plastic barrels, bio-hazard stickers, yellow caution tape and the word "QUARANTINE."
Verizon says it's not planning to strike any "fast lane" deals to help some websites load faster than others.
Taco Bell debuted a mobile app that allows customers to order, customize their food, and pay from their phones.
With Hollywood-grade stagecraft and professional actors, haunted houses are in increasingly popular with grownups.