Consumer Reports: Living In A Cashless SocietyMobile payments can generate a mountain of digital data that can tell lots about us that we may not want people to know.
Consumer Reports: How To Avoid Surprise ER BillsA potentially lifesaving trip to an emergency room could result in exorbitant and unexpected bills even if you have insurance.
Consumer Reports: New, Safer Child SeatsConsumer Reports tested four infant seats with a safety feature that’s common in Europe, but is only now becoming available in the United States.
Consumer Reports: Reducing Concert Ticket WoesGetting affordable tickets to the hottest shows in town can seem impossible. Not only are tickets expensive, many shows sell out quickly.
Consumer Reports: Great Wireless HeadphonesNearly every type of headphone — home or studio-style, portable and noise-cancelling — comes in a wireless version.
Consumer Reports: 4 Steps To Protect Privacy OnlineWhenever you go online, your every move is being tracked. And you have no idea what happens to all that information.
Consumer Reports: New Flu Prevention AdviceDepending on your age and health, you may need to change the type of flu vaccine you get this year.
Consumer Reports Compares iPhone 7 To Earlier ModelsThe iPhone 7 has been out for a couple of weeks now -- just enough time for Consumer Reports to give them the once-over.
Consumer Reports: Dangerous Foods For Your DogMost pet owners know that chocolate can be toxic for dogs, but there are other common human foods that can also be dangerous or even deadly for them.
Consumer Reports: Formaldehyde In Flooring, Other Household ItemsLaminate flooring is less expensive than solid wood, but there have been concerns that it emits formaldehyde.
Consumer Reports: Should You Make Switch To Robo-Adviser?In this era of self-driving cars, what decisions are you comfortable entrusting to a computer? How about financial advice?
Consumer Reports: How To Avoid Medical Identity TheftMedical identity theft is a crime on the rise. Nearly 2.5 million cases were reported in 2014, an increase of 20 percent from the year before.