Consumer Reports: Galaxy S7 Active Fails Water TestSamsung claims its Galaxy S7 Active for AT&T can survive the rough and tumble of life. So, Consumer Reports checked out the $800 phone.
Camera Boost, Virtual Reality In New Samsung, LG GadgetsTo revive interest in smartphones, Samsung and LG are improving their cameras and embracing the nascent world of virtual reality.
"Samsung Pay" Makes Its Debut
Consumer Reports: Galaxy S5 Beats Out S6Consumer Reports has put Samsung’s new flagship smartphone through extensive testing. The test results are in and the Galaxy S6 landed below Samsung’s older S5 in Consumer Reports’ ratings.
Consumer Reports: Your TV Can Spy On YouIt’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.
Gadget Guru Dr. Frank Viggiano Talks Discusses Latest GadgetsDr. Frank is our gadget guru and this episode he talked about the Amazon Fire TV, Phillips Avent Baby Monitors, affordable laptops and tablets and much more!
Super Bowl XLVII's Top CommercialsSuper Bowl Sunday isn't all about the game. Many tune in just for the commercials. This year's commercials have plenty of people talking, so here's a look at some of the more memorable ones.
Consumer Reports Compares iPhones & AndroidsIn a TV commercial, Samsung makes fun of Apple fans, claiming that Android phones have had better features and capabilities than the iPhone 5 for ages. Back in the labs, Consumer Reports puts all the phones through their paces, assessing each one's features and options.
Are You Team iPhone? Should You Be Considering Changing?Mike Pintek was joined on NewsRadio1020 KDKA by Consumer Reports Senior Electronics Editor Mike Gikas.
Consumer Reports Tests Apple's iPad 2The iPad 2 hit the market last week and quickly sold out. While Apple clearly dominates the tablet market, Consumer Reports said other companies are trying to take a bite of their market share.