Jan. 30, 2015—The Côr’s in-depth data reports break down your home heating and cooling energy usage, which allows a homeowner to control his/her home energy costs beyond the level of control that other smart thermostats deliver.
April 9, 2015—AT&T will pay $25 million to Federal Communications Commission to settle charges that it violated consumer privacy. FCC says this is its largest privacy and data-security enforcement action to date.
April 2, 2015—Home-sharing company Airbnb has begun to list rental properties in Cuba, but one expert tells Consumers Digest that the move will have little initial effect on travel by Americans to the Caribbean nation.
Feb. 27, 2015—The company says its EXi Series lawnmower engine has improved air cleaner seals and operates at cooler temperatures than previous engines do. As a result, it never has to have its oil changed as long as consumers add oil as necessary.
Oct. 27, 2014—Toro says the TimeCutter SW Series will be available in January 2015 and the price range will be $2,999–$4,500. The ZTRs are Toro’s first that use a steering wheel rather than handlebars to turn on a dime.