Lithium-ion batteries power everything from our laptops to phones to electric vehicles, but they’re far from perfect. In fact, they were the culprits behind Samsung’s recent exploding Galaxy Note 7 phones.
Never say die To own a smartphone is to know the frustration of having its battery die right when you need it most—whether you're approaching your next high score or need to call Mom. While modern-day
It might seem reasonable, then, for Americans to assume the incoming Trump administration will be just fine for their personal finances. Stocks didn't crash after Donald Trump's election, as so many predicted.
In the past, stolen cellphones were usually resold to new owners at a cheaper price. But that was before our phones held so much personal information and now it's really easy to exploit this information
U.S. officials are striving to put finishing touches on a slew of banking rules before President Barack Obama leaves office and hands regulatory power to Donald Trump who has vowed to rewrite the existing
PayPal is making it super-easy to send friends money, thanks to new Siri support introduced in the company’s iOS app today. Now you can use voice commands to tell Siri how much money to send, and who send
Economy Economists have debated the reasons why the American middle class is shrinking for years now, and a new study highlights one key reason: The jobs that pay enough to support a middle-class lifestyle
When you get a new iPhone, it comes with more than a dozen apps pre-installed for all of your basic needs. These default apps include Calendar, Mail, Messages and Music. But are these really the best you
The Dow Jones Industrial Average has lost about 1.5% so far this year. And while stocks usually go up, the decline in the blue-chip index this year has been particularly surprising given that it's the
We have about 30 days left in the stretch of economic-data releases before the FOMC meeting on September 16 and 17, when many economists expect the Federal Reserve could raise rates for the first time