If you think you've got the latest and greatest TV out there, wait till you see what's coming-Ultra-HD televisions. They promise the best picture ever on huge screens.
If you take Lipitor, Actos, or Lexapro, new generics of these and other big-name drugs could be a real money saver. But Consumer Reports has discovered-just because you're buying a generic drug doesn't mean you're getting a great price.
Motorcycles offer an exhilarating riding experience and can deliver impressive fuel savings. If you're thinking about getting one, Consumer Reports has new information on some of the most reliable brands on the road.
They're colorful and alluring, but Consumer Reports says there's a potential safety hazard with popular small toy balls and beads that expand dramatically in water.
To save on TV, Internet, and phone bills, many people get all three services from the same company. These "triple plays" get you steep discounts, but only for a limited time. Then bills often shoot up.
Getting the most for your money is just common sense. Today's travel cards can be a great way to stretch your dollars-that is if you pay your balance off every month. But it's downright confusing trying to figure out which offers the best deal.
This is a great time of year to buy a big-screen TV. Whether your television is brand new or you've had it for awhile, you want the picture to dazzle.
How did we get along before cell phones? They've become part of everyday life. But that doesn't mean we're happy about the cost!
If you're concerned about someone stealing your financial identity, you might be tempted to buy one of the many ID protection services being heavily promoted.
The latest buzzword in supermarkets is "antioxidants." These days you see it on all kinds of products. Consumer Reports looks beyond the hype to find out what you really need to know about antioxidants.
When's the last time you bought something and it wasn't what you thought it was going to be? Judging from all the complaints Consumer Reports receives, it probably wasn't all that long ago.
A great blender can add variety to your diet-letting you whip up smoothies and icy drinks, puree soups, and even make ice cream.
Consumer Reports not only tests cars-it asks nearly a million of its subscribers every year how well their cars are holding up. Used-car shoppers, listen up! some very popular vehicles have run into problems.
Keeping floors and carpets clean is a job in an of itself. But if you've got a pet that sheds a lot, you have a bigger challenge. Consumer Reports' latest tests show some vacuums do a great job picking up pet hair, while others let the fur fly.
Watch enough television, and you may start thinking cleaning your house can be a breeze with the "right tools." TV commercials and infomercials are touting all sorts of products to help you get the job done.
Car manufacturers are expected to sell 15 million new cars and trucks this year, according to the forecasting firm R.L. Polk and Company.
We all love a good night's sleep, and a good mattress can help. But a new survey by Consumer Reports found about one in five people wished they'd bought a different mattress.
When it comes to testing cars, Consumer Reports goes the distance! Its engineers clock hundreds of thousands of miles every year-subjecting cars to a battery of tests. Then, once a year, Consumer Reports names its Top Picks-the best of the best in 10 car categories.
Feel like your home is looking a little drab? It's amazing what a fresh coat of paint can do! Consumer Reports finds that when it comes to choosing paint, it goes way beyond color!