At Mobile World Congress 2017 in Barcelona, Spain, LG took the wraps off its latest flagship, the G6 smartphone, which packs a rather large and unusually tall 5.7-inch display into a case that’s trim enough to comfortably hold and operate with one hand, yet claims to be tough enough to resist damage from drops, dust, and dunks in water.
Anyone with a lawn tractor or ZTR riding mower who lives in a snowy region has probably pondered the notion of attaching a plow or snow blower to it, especially when the snow falls heavy and deep.
Deciding what mattress to buy is enough to keep you up nights. The model names, while enticing, can be confusing and make it nearly impossible to compare a mattress sold at Macy’s, for example, to one sold at Mattress Firm.
People who are trying to eat more plant protein—as nearly 30 percent of Americans are, according to market-research firm Mintel—often wonder how to put the right foods together in the right combinations to make sure they’re getting the "complete" protein they need.
When I walk into my office at Consumer Reports, I’m greeted by some cool drawings made by my friend Allison, the third grader from Newark, N.J., whom I tutor.
Remodeling a bathroom is messy and expensive, about $9,300, on average, according to HomeAdvisor.com.
Speaker of the House Paul Ryan intends to make good on his pledge to have a plan to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act ready for when Congress is back from recess next week.
Republican plans to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act have not yet been finalized, but many of the ideas being floated around Washington share a common feature: expansion of health savings accounts to more consumers.
Mounting evidence suggests that the trillions of bacteria, fungi, and viruses that line our skin and digestive tracts—called the microbiome—may be key to a healthier immune system.
Last October, the FCC adopted a rule that limits what your internet service provider—home or mobile—can do with your private data.
The 2018 Toyota Tundra will become the first pickup truck with automatic emergency braking as a standard feature.
Encryption could soon become part of national debates over consumer issues ranging from data breaches to the safety of connected cars.
Despite what Punxsutawney Phil (or any groundhog) might say on the matter, nothing will stop many people—in particular those who live in a cold-weather climate—from counting down the days until winter ends and it's time to hit the park, beach, or our own backyard.
Checking into a hotel for a holiday vacation? Beware the potential bed bugs. Hotels and motels can be hotspots for infestations of the small reddish-brown insects, who can hitch a ride on luggage and clothing and live happily in a hotel bed.
A great price isn't necessarily a good deal if the vehicle doesn't measure up, so we help you choose a good car at a good price with monthly list of best new car deals.
It's been most of a month now since noted net neutrality foe Ajit Pai took over the chairman's seat at the FCC.
On Sunday, the red carpet at the Dolby Theatre in Hollywood will take a beating as celebrities arrive for the 89th Academy Awards.
There are some folks who make their beds as soon as they get up in the morning. Then there are the rest of us.
While baffling pricing on the medications from insulin to asthma inhalers can make it tough to get a grip on costs, these five tips from the experts at Consumer Reports Best Buy Drugs can help you regain some control of what you pay.
Over the last three years, pharmaceutical companies have mounted a public relations blitz to tout new cures for the hepatitis C virus and persuade insurers, including government programs such as Medicare and Medicaid, to cover the costs.