Buy This Product and You Might Avert a Wedding Disaster

It’s supposed to be one of the happiest day of your life. And then something happens that throws your wedding into disarray. And that unexpected event – whether it has to do with… Continue reading

6 Treasures Lurking in Your Attic—and How to Get the Most Money for Them

It can be hard to justify your hoarding habits. Sentiment, after all, can only go so far in convincing a loved one to let you keep something for which you have no practical use.… Continue reading

10 high-profile cyberhacks still impacting consumers today

This year is not even half over, and it’s already looking like a banner year for hackers. A rash of high-profile digital breaches and large-scale data dumps has affected hundreds of millions of… Continue reading

Star Trek, Star Wars memorabilia fetch top dollar at auction

There was nearly a mutiny on the Starship Enterprise last week. On Friday—the third day of an auction of a large assortment of Hollywood memorabilia from Profiles in History, a Calabasas, Calif.-based auctioneer… Continue reading

Booze-Infused Ice Cream (and We’re Not Talking About Fake Rum Raisin) Is a Thing

Alongside the burgers, cookouts and fireworks this holiday weekend, there are two other constants: adult beverages and ice cream. And this year, you might see them combined. Alcohol-infused frozen treats aren’t exactly new.… Continue reading

5 Things You Need to Know About Traveling to the U.K. Post-Brexit

As investors and political leaders struggle to determine the impact of the U.K.’s decision to withdraw from the European Union, some U.S. travelers are weighing a change to their summer travel plans. The… Continue reading

Sony: Expect PlayStation VR shortages

Sony’s taking pains not to compare the launch of PlayStation VR to that of a new video game console, but Andrew House, president and group CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, is warning fans… Continue reading

Can Video Games Teach Kids Fiscal Responsibility

Can’t get your kids to quit playing video games? Good news: Depending on what they’re playing, they might actually be learning to be smarter about money. Granted, games like “Mario Kart” or “Doom”… Continue reading

‘Grand Theft Auto’ maker ambivalent about VR

You can’t walk 15 feet down the halls of the E3 show floor without someone thrusting a virtual reality headset at you this year. If there’s one overlying theme at the videogame trade… Continue reading

EA’s strategy to maintain its momentum

In his three-year run as CEO of Electronic Arts, Andrew Wilson has done the seemingly impossible. In 2013, core gamers held a hostile view of the company – and investors weren’t much happier.… Continue reading