Based on a new survey, Consumer Reports estimates the number of stolen phones nearly doubled in the past year to more than three million. More than a million smartphones were lost and never found.
When a storm slams through your front door, the damages you suffer are often determined by fate. But, how easily you can pick up the pieces may be determined by your home insurer.
It was a long and lonely winter for many auto dealers across the country. Now, with temperatures heating up, they’re eager to welcome you back.
The average bill for phone, internet and television runs more than $150 a month. One way to trim your costs is to cut the cord and switch to a phone service that delivers calls via the Internet.
The PS4’s parental controls can restrict content that you might not want your children to see, like violent games or adult content, but it might allow other content you didn’t know about.
The Tesla Model S electric sedan is Consumer Reports’ top pick in this year’s automotive rankings.
Consumer Reports is raising a red flag about a possible health risk with soda.
Repair or replace? That’s always the question with appliances and electronics when they go on the fritz.
Want a healthy dinner in a snap? What about a microwavable, steam-cooked meal?
If you’ve made your New Year’s resolution to get in shape, you’re in luck.
This time of year, you need plenty of batteries on hand to power up new toys and other devices. Consumer Reports just tested 15 of the most popular size, double-A’s, and found big differences.
If you eat chicken, a concerning report came out today potential health risks.
Smartphones are getting smarter and smarter and they’ve added a long list of features, like wireless sharing and advanced cameras.
Consumer Reports is out with its fourth annual naughty and nice list, highlighting companies with good and bad shopping policies.
This holiday season, tablets are bound to be a top gift item. Chances are there’s someone on your holiday list who’s been dropping hints that they want one.