The newest beds can monitor your sleep throughout the night and post updates on Facebook and Twitter.
Even if you happen to have the cash and the space to accommodate the set, experts still say to proceed with caution.
Facebook has settled a class-action lawsuit over its use of members' names and faces in advertisements, an email sent to 125 million users says.
It's a great month to find deals on bedding, high-end coats, 2012 electronics and the largest big-screen TVs.
Thanks to a glitch, Sprint users who have lost a phone are led to believe it's in a North Las Vegas home. It's not.
New technologies like advanced safety features and driverless cars could make the way insurance is now priced and sold obsolete.
So what if you've missed the post-holiday sales? Attractive discounts can still be found.
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