Tag Archives: consumer

Trustpilot consumer insights: Companies that give back and consumer expectations on building a better world

A lot has changed in terms of how consumers want to spend their money and what drives them to shop with a specific brand. Until recently, things like price, desirable product features, or good customer service were factors that gave brands enough competitive edge to win over their share of the market. With new challenger brands springing up left and ... Read More »

Intel Core i9 review: The fastest consumer CPU prepares for Ryzen war

We’re reviewing our first Core i9 chip—Intel’s Core i9-7900X 10-core part—as a veritable CPU storm looms. Sure, Core i9 blew in as the most powerful CPU the company has ever sold to consumers, and it’s currently the fastest Core-series CPU available. But an ill wind is blowing: AMD’s Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 chips offer stiff competition in the low end, ... Read More »

Intel Core i9 review: The fastest consumer CPU prepares for Ryzen war

We’re reviewing our first Core i9 chip—Intel’s Core i9-7900X 10-core part—as a veritable CPU storm looms. Sure, Core i9 blew in as the most powerful CPU the company has ever sold to consumers, and it’s currently the fastest Core-series CPU available. But an ill wind is blowing: AMD’s Ryzen 5 and Ryzen 7 chips offer stiff competition in the low end, ... Read More »

Consumer forum to FIITJEE: Stop ‘unfair trade practices,’ return 50 per cent tuition fee to students

Despite of being a famous coaching centre for IIT and other engineering entrance examination since 1992, FIITJEE has been recently charged for collecting fees for two years in one go amounts to “unfair trade practice.” Details of the report: A district consumer disputes redressal forum, headed by its President Justice N K Goel has filed the case As per reports, ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S7 active didn’t pass Consumer Reports’ water test, twice

Call it a fluke, or call it Samsung’s mistake. Consumer Reports is an American magazine and media outlet supported by its own subscribers to perform rigorous testing of all kinds of consumer products from cameras to cars. The Galaxy S7 active (as well as the other S7 models) is rated for up to 5 feet deep of water for up ... Read More »

A hacker is selling 167 million LinkedIn consumer data

A hacker is attempting to promote a database dump containing account facts for 167 million LinkedInusers. The statement was posted on a dark market internet site referred to as TheRealDeal by using aconsumer who desires five bitcoins, or round $2,2 hundred, for the records set that supposedly carriesconsumer IDs, e mail addresses and SHA1 password hashes for 167,370,940 customers. in ... Read More »

Measured in snacks, consumer spending is just fine

The U.S. consumer is relatively financially healthy, despite turmoil in stock markets — at least if you measure in gas station snacks, according to one PepsiCo executive. “The U.S. consumer is doing just fine,” Hugh Johnston, Pepsi’s vice chairman and chief financial officer, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Thursday. Thanks in part to lower gas prices and improved employment, ... Read More »

Consumer sentiment: 90.7 vs. 92.0 expected in Feb.

Consumers are feeling less optimistic than expected so far this month as they weigh inflation rates and the pace of wage gains, a survey said Friday. The Index of Consumer sentiment hit 90.7 in February’s preliminary reading, according to estimates by the University of Michigan. Analysts expected a reading of 92, down from January’s preliminary 93.3 and even with January’s ... Read More »

Measured in snacks, consumer spending is just fine

The U.S. consumer is relatively financially healthy, despite turmoil in stock markets — at least if you measure in gas station snacks, according to one PepsiCo executive. “The U.S. consumer is doing just fine,” Hugh Johnston, Pepsi’s vice chairman and chief financial officer, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Thursday. Thanks in part to lower gas prices and improved employment, ... Read More »

Measured in snacks, consumer spending is just fine

The U.S. consumer is relatively financially healthy, despite turmoil in stock markets — at least if you measure in gas station snacks, according to one PepsiCo executive. “The U.S. consumer is doing just fine,” Hugh Johnston, Pepsi’s vice chairman and chief financial officer, told CNBC’s “Squawk on the Street” Thursday. Thanks in part to lower gas prices and improved employment, ... Read More »