Papa John’s Accused Of Taxing Delivery Fees In Illinois

Papa John’s Accused Of Taxing Delivery Fees In Illinois

Sometimes it’s just easier to have a piping hot pie delivered to your door, even if it means you have to pay a small fee for the convenience. But an Illinois man claims in a recently filed class-action seeking lawsuit that Papa John’s added a little extra to his bill in the form of an illegal delivery tax.  [More]

Apple Promises To Fix Bug Causing Misleading Battery Meter On iPhone 6S, 6S Plus

Apple Promises To Fix Bug Causing Misleading Battery Meter On iPhone 6S, 6S Plus

If you’ve been confused by the battery meter on your iPhone 6S or 6S Plus that shows you having plenty of power, only to shut down while still showing a full charge, you’re not alone: Apple says a bug with the phones is showing some users a higher charge than the phone actually has. [More]

California To Require More-Efficient Chargers For Mobile Devices

California To Require More-Efficient Chargers For Mobile Devices

In a move that will likely have a huge ripple effect in the mobile device accessory market nationwide, the California Energy Commission approved the nation’s first ever energy standards for the chargers you use to power up everything from your phone and tablet to your power drill. [More]

Verizon Admits They Did Wrong, Still Won't Do Right

Verizon Admits They Did Wrong, Still Won't Do Right

Reader Ronak found out that Verizon overcharged him on a few of his billing cycles. A quick call confirmed that an error in their system overcharged him, so he requested a correction. In a confusing counter-offer, Verizon offered only 25% of the money that they mistakenly charged him for back as a refund. Now, Ronak is confused. Full letter inside.