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Jul 10, 2014

Nutribullet Pro 900 Safety Risk

Nutribullet Pro 900 Safety Risk

Makers of the popular “As Seen on TV” product—the “NutriBullet”—have come out with a new version. It’s supposed to be even more powerful for creating healthy drinks, but Consumer Reports says it could pose...

Jul 6, 2014

Gadgets for Your Grill

Gadgets for Your Grill

With grilling season heating up, all kinds of gadgets promise to take your grill to a new level. Consumer Reports tested three gadgets that aim to make your grill even better.

Jul 4, 2014

Consumer Reports: Best Ice Cream

Consumer Reports: Best Ice Cream

America’s favorite ice cream is vanilla. But what makes plain vanilla really great plain vanilla? An excellent vanilla ice cream should have definite dairy flavor, balanced by real

Jul 3, 2014

Consumer Reports: Best & Worst Fast Foods

Consumer Reports: Best & Worst Fast Foods

Consumer Reports readers rated fast food restaurants.

Jun 30, 2014

Stroller Poses Safety Risk: Consumer Reports

Stroller Poses Safety Risk: Consumer Reports

Double strollers are a great option for parents with two kids, especially convertible models that hold children of different sizes and ages. But Consumer Reports says a double stroller, Graco’s...

Jun 30, 2014

Consumer Reports: Dishwashers That Deliver

Consumer Reports: Dishwashers That Deliver

Looking for a new dishwasher? You might feel "overloaded" with all of the choices. Consumer Reports says job one of any dishwasher is clean dishes!

Jun 30, 2014

Consumer Reports: Stroller Poses Safety Risk

Consumer Reports: Stroller Poses Safety Risk

Double strollers are a great option for parents with two kids, especially convertible models that hold children of different sizes and ages. But Consumer Reports says a double stroller, Graco’s...

Jun 26, 2014

Consumer Reports: No-Contract Cell Service

Consumer Reports: No-Contract Cell Service

Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile now all offer cell-phone service without a two-year service contract. It may sound like a good deal. With no-contract deals you usually get lower monthly charges, but the plans...

Jun 26, 2014

No Contract Cell Phone Service: Consumer Reports

No Contract Cell Phone Service: Consumer Reports

Verizon, AT&T, and T-Mobile now all offer cell-phone service without a two-year service contract. It may sound like a good deal. With no-contract deals you usually get lower monthly charges, but the plans...

Jun 25, 2014

Consumer Reports: Protecting Electronics on Vacation

Consumer Reports: Protecting Electronics on Vacation

Vacation coming up? Chances are you’ll be packing a lot of electronics like smart phones, tablets, e-readers, laptops, GPS devices, cameras, iPod and speakers. They practically need their own suitcase! But...

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