…and this is what 2016 has come to. A new study found we touch our phones an average of 2,617 times a day. That includes every single touch, tap, and swipe
IKEA issued a recall last week for 29 million dressers that can tip over. And if you've bought one from them in the last decade, you can probably get a refund. But around 25,000 kids are injured by falling furniture every year. So here are five safety tips you should know about if you have children.
American cars really aren’t that “American” after all! The concept of an "American car" is LONG gone. At this point, their parts are made all over the world, they're assembled all over the world, and they're sold all over the world.
Cars.com just released their annual list of the most American-made cars. It's based on the percentage of the parts that are made in America, and the number of cars that are assembled here. And all five of the most "American" cars are JAPANESE brands:
We could all probably use one of these for one thing or another! There's a new product for sale right now called the Pavlok wristband that helps you break a bad habit with ELECTRIC SHOCKS.
It's official: the internet has literally taken over our lives at this point. A new survey found the top 10 things people would rather give up for a month than WiFi or their phone's data plan . . . and it basically covers EVERYTHING we love. Check it out...