You know that dreaded moment when your hard drive crashes. If you’re like most people, you can’t fix it yourself. Do you know where to turn?
Tech companies think they now have something you’ll depend on around the clock – wearable technology.
Kids might be tempted to sign up for one of those campus sponsored accounts that often come with their college logo. Before they do, Consumer Reports has a warning about many of those accounts.
Head lice affects as many as 12 million kids every year.
The word “natural” has become a big buzzword on processed food packaging.
A laptop is arguably the most important back-to-school purchase you’ll make this year.
Are you or someone you know heading back to college? To help recreate the comforts of home, Consumer Reports has a roundup of small appliances to recommend.
For those times when you can’t plug in, Consumer Reports checked out some smart new ways to keep your phone alive.
Sales of cosmetics and personal-care products labeled “natural” have soared recently, but “natural” on the package does not necessarily mean natural inside.
Move over iPhone and Android. There’s a new smartphone out there.
The new version of the NutriBullet is supposed to be even more powerful for creating healthy drinks, but the problem is it could be dangerous.
A Consumer Reports survey found 94 percent of us don’t leave home without at least one device and vacationers take along three on average.
If you’re considering buying an air conditioner, but you don’t want a lot of fuss with a window installation, you might be tempted to go with one of those portable floor units.
There is some stuff you can get online without paying a penny. Consumer Reports ShopSmart Magazine has found the best freebies, everything from cosmetics to pet food.
When you choose a sunscreen for your child, what do you look for? About a third of us buy a sunscreen that claims to be for kids, and many choose one that’s doctor-recommended, according to a Consumer Reports survey.