The lithium-ion battery on the popular phablet can overheat and catch fire, causing serious burns and property damage. Here's everything you need to know to get a refund on your phone, and keep your family safe from unexpected phone fires.
We're halfway through September, and while that might mean the end of long, lazy summer days and the beginning of the solemn march towards winter cold, it also means something else. Something big. I'm talking, of course, about National Coupon Month!
Alert all Apple addicts! Pre-ordering for the freshly announced iPhone 7 and 7 Plus begins today, September 9, and the new phones are officially hitting stores September 16. While we know you're probably excited about all the new features (A waterproof exterior! Wireless earbuds! Surround sound speakers! A brand new camera!), we'd advise against setting up camp in the Apple Store parking lot just yet.
Just when you thought you couldn't stand another second of election coverage, the 2016 Summer Olympics swooped in to save the day. With more than two straight weeks filled with superhuman feats of strength, endurance and athletic skill, the Olympics have been capturing the hearts, minds and TV sets of the world since they were first televised in 1936.
The past two weeks have been rife with product recalls. First, IKEA announced a recall on its popular MALM dressers due to tipping concerns. Now, the self-balancing "hoverboard," AKA the hottest item under everyone's 2015 Christmas tree, is being recalled by 10 firms because its lithium-ion batteries pose a risk of overheating and starting on fire.
IKEA is recalling 29 million MALM dressers due to tip-over safety concerns. Here's everything you need to know in order to get a refund and keep your family safe from future top-heavy furniture accidents.
Got some Martha Stewart cookware in your kitchen cabinets? We've got some bad news for you. Citing consumer safety concerns, Macy's is recalling certain pans from its popular Martha Stewart Collection 10-pc stainless steel cookware sets.
As of 12/21/15, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has mandated that all "small unmanned aircraft" - better known as drones - must register with their Unmanned Aircraft System registry before flying outdoors.
Most people would probably agree that shopping online is easier, more convenient and often cheaper than spending a day at the mall. But for all its advantages, there's one major drawback of cyber spending: the shipping fees.