Consumer Reports puts several sunscreens to the test and found not all live up their SPF promises.
Consumer Reports looks at tracking devices that can be installed on cars that keep tabs on inexperienced drivers.
Consumer Reports tested nearly 100 dishwashers to find out which ones do the best job of keeping your cookware clean.
Consumer Reports recommends the best lawn mowers that meet your needs.
You never know how much you need what's in your computer, until you can't use it. Don Poenitsch and his wife just got their laptop out of the repair shop, after Don got conned. He's one of the latest victims of the "Tech Support" I've warned about numerous times over the years.
Consumer Reports has advice to protect yourself in case your smartphone is lost or stolen.
Bored with breakfast? Want to fill your bowl with more fiber and protein and less sugar? Have you tried muesli?
Consumer Reports shows you some online tools that help you shop for clothes over the Internet.
Consumer Reports offers advice when planning to take a luxury cruise.
If your technology has a screen and touch hand controls- it undoubtedly has dust and dirt and often looks like a mess. And while you can easily blow off the dust, cleaning the screens on high-tech devices requires caution. Liquid cleaners can cause damage if they seep into the workings of the device. You must also be careful about scratching the screen. Screen Egg is promoted as "The amazing, dual-action screen cleaner that will effectively and easily clean all your favorite devices."
Consumer Reports takes a look at the effectiveness of gesture-control technology by testing the HP Envy.
How do you know if it's time to trim your dog or cat's nails?
Consumer Reports examines insect repellant and recommends what's both safe and effective.
Thousands of people who went online to order a change of address, ended up using a website that state investigators say duped them into unnecessary charges.
Consumer Reports tested 29 different deck stains to find the best.