Think your fingerprint is secure as ID? Think again. A hacker says he was able to copy Germany’s federal minister of defense’s fingerprints just by taking a picture of her hands from nine feet away. Here’s the
Soon you will see a familiar name on unfamiliar products. Kodak, a cherished brand name, is being licensed to companies for such things as baby monitors, DVDs, and things that have nothing to do with photography. Here’s
From Stacy Johnson, MoneyTalkNews.com: When Consumer Reports was testing tires, a Chinese brand didn’t perform particularly well. When checking the numbers on the tires, the magazine discovered that they were not manufactured by a company licensed to
From Herb Weisbaum, NBCNews.com: According the CFPB, seniors are being hounded by debt collectors more and more. The major complaints include being hounded for medical debts currently in dispute, attempts to collect the debts of deceased family
The same week that Sprint got sued by the CFPB, T-Mobile decided to settle a similar suit by the FTC alleging that the company profited from allowing third party billing of junk services to customers’ cell bills.
Unilever, the maker of Hellmann’s mayonnaise, had sued a small company whose product “Just Mayo” rubbed it the wrong way because it did not meet the definition of mayonnaise — because it did not have eggs as
Under FDA rules going into effect next November, not only will restaurants have to disclose the calorie count in the meals, they will also have to disclose it for beverages, including alcoholic ones. Here’s the story.