You can’t fault a college graduate for believing that he/she has to live in one of the United States’ largest metropolitan areas so he/she will have the best chance at successfully launching a career.
JetBlue’s test of facial recognition on passengers who board one of its international flights might represent the launch of the airline industry’s adoption of the technology.
Colleges and universities are expanding the number of online courses that they offer.
Combination, or combi, boilers are among the fastest growing products in the heating-equipment segment—as much as 10 times more in demand than they were 5 years ago.
A new food label can help to give consumers an insight into the producers of the foods that they eat, such as how humane their operations are.
Smaller has been the trend regarding in-ear headphones. Four experts tell us that the trend will continue
A visit to an urgent-care center sometimes might be quicker and easier than if you make an appointment with your doctor.
College students might see an increase in their tuition in light of data that were collected in March 2017 by Inside Higher Ed that indicate that nearly 40 percent of U.S. colleges are experiencing a decline in applications that they receive from international students.
We’ve been forced to accept tighter confines on airplanes.
Product reviews that are posted on shopping websites, including Amazon.com, don’t provide an accurate reflection of the product’s actual benefit.
As evidenced at the 2017 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition that was held earlier this year, nearly all of the manufacturers of tankless, or instantaneous, water heaters redesigned their products, so they facilitate a water-line connection that’s at the top of a unit in addition to a connection that’s at the bottom of it.
Research that Consumers Digest has conducted over the years makes us believe that the significant flaws that exist in the posting of a substantial majority of customer reviews taint the value of the reviews.
Do monks who live high up in the mountains and harvest product come to mind when you hear “Himalayan salt”? Well, this alternative to common table salt comes from Pakistan’s Punjab region, not the Himalayas.
In April 2017, New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman unveiled legislation that’s designed to reduce the hurdles in New York City’s laws that prosecutors face to charge landlords with harassment of tenants.
A steam shower is, for all intents and purposes, a steam room that’s contained in a bathroom shower. According to one supplier of steam showers, demand for them jumped 44 percent as recently as 2015.
Patience might be a virtue, but your ability to hold on to that tenet can be challenging when you’re in a checkout line at a grocery store.
A new player in transatlantic flights has the potential to affect other carriers’ prices. However, the scope of that effect likely will be felt more by midtier carriers than by major ones, and it might not last for long based on the rates that Norwegian Air Shuttle plans to offer, three sources say.
Can you expect Craftsman power tools that will be designed and manufactured by Stanley Black & Decker after its purchase of the iconic brand in January 2017 to deliver the level of performance for which Craftsman is known? We believe that you can.
An epinephrine auto-injector, which is sold as a generic for Adrenaclick, is available now at CVS and CVS pharmacies in Target for $110 for a two-pack.
Three experts whom we interviewed believe that a downsizing might be underway in the marketplace for water features for the home.