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Maker Of Giant Plush Microbes Sells Its Entire Stock Of Ebola Virus Toys

There’s nothing like a bunch of panicky people freaked out about a global health issue to give your business a boost. That is, if you happen to be in the niche industry of selling giant, plush toy microbes. The company behind fuzzy Black Death and adorable Listeria has been doing gangbusters..
The Consumerist 14 hours ago

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Spotify Launches Family Plan That Allows Users To Share A Discounted Subscription

As competition heats up in the world of streaming music, Spotify is following the lead of other streaming services like Netflix with a new family plan. The option allows up to five family members to subscribe together for a monthly discounted rate.

One person in the plan pays the usual..
The Consumerist 19 hours ago

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Parent Notices Meth-Toting “Breaking Bad” Action Figures At Toys ‘R’ Us, Complains

Should a toy store sell only toys for children? Toys ‘R’ Us is our last nationwide toy retailer, and one parent was horrified to see that the chain sells toy versions of Walter White and Jesse Pinkman, the antiheroes of the cable drama “Breaking Bad.” They are wonderfully detailed, down to..
The Consumerist 10 hours ago

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Amazon Kindle Voyage

The Amazon Kindle Voyage is hands down the best ebook reader available, though most people will still be served just fine by the Kindle Paperwhite.
PCMag.com 19 hours ago

Putting a finger on credit card fraud
*Putting a finger on credit card fraud*

When it comes to new ways to pay with your credit cards, attention right now is focused on Apple Pay, a new digital wallet from Apple that works with the iPhone 6 and 6 plus and will eventually work with the Apple watch. Apple Pay stores your credit,..
Consumer Reports 12 hours ago

Company Offers In-Store Tailoring To Make Pockets Big Enough For The iPhone 6 Plus
These days it seems the skinnier our jeans get, the larger our smartphones are growing. So in an age of skin tight jeggings and the release of Apple’s biggest phone yet, the iPhone 6 plus, what’s a person with normal pockets supposed to do? Just get those pants tailored when you buy your phone,..
The Consumerist 15 hours ago

After Taking Away Some Employees’ Insurance, Walmart Care Clinics To Offer $40 Doctor Visits
Less than two weeks after the nation’s larger retailer and private employer decided it would discontinue health insurance for many part-time employees, the company announced its new health care centers would provide doctor visits for around $40, or as low as $4 for Walmart employees and their..
The Consumerist 19 hours ago

Toyota Expands Defective Airbag Recall To 247,000 Additional Vehicles In High Humidity Areas
Just days after it was revealed that defective Takata-produced airbags had been linked to three deaths in the United States, Toyota Motor Corp. expanded its recall of vehicles that may employ the safety devices to include 247,000 additional cars.

Toyota, which reissued a year-old..
The Consumerist 17 hours ago

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