Chestnut Praline Latte to make its way in Starbucks chains nationwide on November 12.
The US Environmental Protection Agency has ordered BMW to reduce gas mileage estimates on the window stickers on four of its 2014 Mini Cooper models after an audit discovered that the figures were overstated.
Apple saw its fourth-quarter net profit surged by more than 13 percent to $8.47 billion after the company sold over 39 million iPhones, beating its 33.8 million iPhone sales in the same period last year and predictions from analysts, the New York Times reported.
A third party facility authorized by General Motors Co. (GM) has approved 29 of 184 death claims as a result of the faulty ignition switches in its vehicles.
Apple has officially released Apple Pay on Monday, expecting to revolutionize the $4 trillion U.S. payment market. But with what happened to its predecessors, it looks like Apple Pay is in for a tough hurdle up ahead.
Ebola plush toys are now being sold. Would you buy one?
Apple's mobile operating payment system will officially roll out on October 20. More than a month before its official launch, hundreds of financial institutions have already signed up with the new system, bares Apple CEO Tim Cook during the company's October 16 event.
GT Advanced Technologies, Inc., the sapphire supplier of Apple, has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection. It may not affect Apple's iPhone lines, but the decision may have an impact on the company's smartwatch, which is set to debut in 2015.
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Once more, Starbucks is showing its innovative stripes. The coffee brand has recently launched an experiment involving beer-flavored coffee.
There are many unusual dishes in the world, with some you've even haven't probably heard of. However, some involve critters that you are no stranger to. In fact, some of them may be scuttling about in some dark corner of your house.
Apple and Samsung, the biggest smartphone developers in the market, have reached an unexpected settlement on patent lawsuits outside the U.S.
It's almost always expected that some human resources will be bumped off in the wake of a merger, like what's actually happening now at Apple just two months after it officially bought Beats.
A recent University of California study showed that the current drought ravaging California this year is causing the "greatest absolute reduction in water availability for California agriculture ever seen."
Once again, General Motors has announced yet another round of vehicle recalls, with six additional ones "covering about 7.6 million 1997 to 2014 model year vehicles in the U.S."