It’s likely you don’t think you’ve invited a spy into your home when setting up a new TV. But new Samsung, LG, and Vizio smart TVs can record and share everything that’s viewed, whether it’s a broadcast or something streaming from the Internet. And some smart TVs can even track what DVD you’re watching.
They used to be reserved for houses of the rich and famous, but customized closets are one of the hot-ticket items for remodelers this year.
If you don’t mind giant sizes and you have room to store boatloads of things such as paper towels, warehouse clubs are a popular shopping option.
Recent FBI statistics reveal that nearly 9 million property crimes take place in the United States each year.
You may be ready to launch into spring-cleaning mode. Be careful! Consumer Reports says that some cleaning products contain dangerous ingredients.
A fresh coat of paint can give any room a simple, spring makeover. Where it gets complicated is choosing the paint. Home improvement stores such as Lowe’s and Home Depot stock not only different brands of paint, but even varying grades within brands.
Contractors tell Angie’s List that 2015 is going to be a busy year for home improvement.
It’s supposed to make your life easier. But, your washing machine could be making a mess of things.
Cold season is in full swing, and many people turn to so-called “natural” remedies to try to prevent colds or ease symptoms.
I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream. Especially if you have sensitive teeth.
When Angela Thompson bought her husband a tool chest from Sears, she had no idea the ordeal that was about to begin.
A new promotion by Sprint aims to lure customers away from other carriers, but is it too good to be true?
About 6 million Americans popped the question on Valentine’s Day last year and this year should see more of the same kind of romance. If you or someone you know is getting down on one knee soon, or if you’re in line for fine jewelry shopping, Angie’s List has some tips to keep in mind.
If you’re buying a TV for your Super Bowl party at home, Consumer Reports says a screen that’s at least 50 inches or larger is a good size for a crowd.
Your personal information is everywhere: bills, bank statements, blank checks, and even credit card offers and magazine subscriptions.