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Consumer Wearable technology is a big trend for 2014 Wearable technology is a big trend for 2014(Video)
The big Consumer Electronics Show opened this week in Las Vegas with hot new tablets, giant televisions, and all sorts of gadgets that claim to make your life better. A lot of the big buzz this year is about electronics you can wear. According to the Consumer Electronics Association, consumer interested in wearable technology is expected to quadruple in 2014.
Consumer You got a new pet? Great! Now, what do you do? You got a new pet? Great! Now, what do you do?
Maybe you were lucky enough to get a new furry family member for the holidays. Great!

It's important to remember that once the novelty wears off, your new pet will still need your constant love and attention every day for years to come.
Consumer Snapchat security breach exposes 4.6 million users Snapchat security breach exposes 4.6 million users(Video)
Snapchat, the disappearing-message service popular with young people, has been quiet following a security breach that allowed hackers to collect the usernames and phone numbers of millions of its users.
Consumer My Pillow: Does it work? My Pillow: Does it work?(Video)
Promoters of a $60 pillow want you to give the gift of sleep this holiday season. They actually say their pillow, called "My Pillow", is life-changing. My Pillow is billed as the next generation in sleep innovation- with more comfort and better temperature control than other pillows.
Consumer Counterfeit checks still tricking consumers Counterfeit checks still tricking consumers(Video)
This time of year a lot of people would love to receive a few thousand dollars they weren't expecting. Unfortunately, scammers know that all too well and their international check scheme can even fool banks. All the scammers need is for a tiny fraction of people to deposit the counterfeit checks and money orders being sent out in the mail.
Consumer FDA raises safety concerns on antibacterial soaps FDA raises safety concerns on antibacterial soaps
The Food and Drug Administration says there is no evidence that antibacterial chemicals used in liquid soaps and washes help prevent the spread of germs, and there is some evidence they may pose health risks.
Consumer How to crack price tag codes and save How to crack price tag codes and save(Video)
The KATU Problem Solvers are cracking the code on major retailers' price tags, just in time to save you money on your holiday shopping. Once you know these industry secrets, you'll never look at price tags in the same way.