Vacation coming up? Chances are you'll be packing a lot of electronics.
Flying with a carry-on bag can save you fifty dollars or more per trip.
With grilling season heating up, all kinds of gadgets promise to take your grill to a new level. Consumer Reports tested several to see how well they work.
If you're craving a summer tan but worried about those damaging ultraviolet rays, a self-tanner might be just the thing. Consumer Reports ShopSmart checked out six popular tanning sprays and lotions to see if they offer a golden glow.
Summer is salad time, and supermarkets have shelf after shelf of salad dressings.
If you think there's no such thing as free lunch, think again.
Dishwashers last about ten years, so it's not every day you have to think about buying a new one.
Consumer Reports has tested more than 100 lawn mowers from companies like Craftsman, Toro, and Troy-Bilt. It has some recommendations so you'll get a great cut.
Verizon, A-T-and-T, and T-Mobile now all offer cell-phone service without a two-year service contract. It may sound like a good deal, but Consumer Reports studied 78 options - offered by 12 different carriers -- and finds that being contract-free is not always a bargain.
Sizzling burgers on the grill can set the stage for happy summer memories.
As the travel season heats up, Consumer Reports cautions - some popular hotel and motel chains could be vulnerable to hackers.
The Honda Accord and the Toyota Camry are battling it out over which is the top-selling car in America.
eBay is the latest in a growing list of companies whose data has been hacked.
Car accidents are the number one cause of death for teenagers.
Shopping for clothes online offers practically a limitless selection. The trouble is the clothes often don't fit. That's the reason for 70 percent of returns. But now Consumer Reports ShopSmart checks out some new tools that help you nail the right size the first time.
Interacting with your computer has come a long way. First was the keyboard and mouse. Then the touch screen. And now - touch screens you don't touch! Consumer Reports took a look at one to see how well they work.
Warmer weather usually means spring-cleaning, and that goes for your car as well. Washing is easy, but if the trim is dull or the paint is scratched, it won't look great. Consumer Reports tested two types of products that claim to solve those problems.
Consumer Reports has been testing some of these "connected home" products and can tell you which to pick and which to skip.
Consumer Reports has pulled its recommendation from three midsize SUVs, after their poor performance in a new crash test conducted by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety.
A cruise can be a dream come true, as long as you don't get hurt or sick. The Centers for Disease Control reports that as many as 11 percent of all medical conditions aboard ship are an emergency. Consumer Reports tells us how to avoid a health care crisis on the high seas.