Smash and grab thefts from cars are on the rise — here and throughout the country.
Best Buy is making a big move, announcing that beginning next month it will match the prices of more than a dozen on-line retailers.
As soon as that ball drops, a lot of folks can’t help but think about all that money they spent over the holidays. The good news is, you will save money on some things in 2013, without really trying.
A home was destroyed by an early Tuesday morning fire in Carrick.
Three Stowe Township roommates say they feel angry and violated after a burglar broke in while they were sleeping and stole gifts and toy donations from under their Christmas tree.
Dozens of Allegheny County families will have presents under the tree this year thanks to donations from Highmark.
Ever drop your smart phone or iPad, cracking the screen? If you don’t have insurance and your upgrade is months — or possibly years away — fixing it can be very costly.
On Jan. 24, 2013, a new Pennsylvania law will require your old electronics to be recycled.
Are you heading the beach this summer? Chances are you may bring along your smartphone, camera or i-Pod. So, what’s the best way to protect those gadgets from water, sand and sun? Consumer reports checked out bags designed to keep you connected and protected.
If you don’t mind building it yourself, Ikea can save you big bucks on furniture.
Are you tripping over electronics you no longer use but can’t seem to get rid of like computers, printers and cell phones? Well, Consumer Reports ShopSmart says you just might be able to turn that electronic trash into treasure.
Looking for some cool electronics for the gadget-lover on your holiday gift list? The “Gadget Guru,” Dr. Frank Viggiano put together his list for some of the best holiday gift ideas this season!
Cutting your energy costs – it’s a relentless pursuit.
Cutting your energy costs – it’s a relentless pursuit. The average American household spends $2,200 a year on home energy bills, and plenty of people pay more.
Julie Jarosinski, 3, had two weeks of flu-like symptoms and repeated fevers. She made several trips to the emergency room, where her parents were told it was a virus and they would just have to wait.