Does It Really Do That? Slice RightA product called Slice Right claims to cut way down on the mess and the time it takes to cut and serve watermelon. Does it really do that?
WalletHub Releases List Of Biggest Fourth Of July DiscountsThe Fourth of July is only a few days away, which means plenty of cookouts, fireworks and sales.
Volkswagen Settles Emissions-Cheating Cases For $14.7BVolkswagen will spend $14.7 billion to settle consumer lawsuits and government allegations that it cheated on emissions tests in what lawyers are calling the largest auto-related class-action settlement in U.S. history.
Consumer Reports: Best Sunscreens For People Who Hate SunscreenOne in five people who don't use sunscreen say it's because of how the sunscreen feels.
Consumer Reports: Smartphones For LessConsumer Reports has tested dozens of smartphones, including some more affordable options, which earn high scores.
Ticketmaster’s Class Action Lawsuit Settlement Leaving Some Customers DisappointedFree tickets to a concert of your choice? If only it could be that simple, but customers who use Ticketmaster are quickly finding out it's much more complicated than they realized.
Angie's List: Adding A Water Feature To Your HomeMany homeowners are now adding water features to their backyard landscaping.
Consumer Reports: Advice On Avoiding Air-Conditioner BreakdownsIf you’re in the market to replace your air-conditioning system, don’t sweat it.
Consumer Reports Ranks Top Gas-Powered MowersConsumer Reports tested 81 gas-powered mowers and can tell you what to consider and what to skip.
Angie's List: Behold The BacksplashOne of the hot trends in home decorating focuses on the long-neglected area between your cabinets and countertops.
Consumer Reports: Smartphone Lenses For Better PhotosConsumer Reports just tested inexpensive specialty lenses that go right on your smartphone.
Consumer Reports: Clothing Claims To Ward Off MosquitoesManufacturers of special permethrin-treated clothing promise it will protect you from mosquitoes.