If you store sensitive information on your smartphone, losing track of it could spell disaster. A just-released survey by Consumer Reports projects more than 7 million smartphone owners had a phone that was lost, stolen or ruined in the last year.
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. There are many of those super-absorbent polymer balls on the market, although one …
When you go to buy a car, it’s a big investment. Consumer Reports finds that a number of new cars are disappointing when you get them home.
Car problems don’t happen randomly. From the millions of car problems Consumer Reports’ subscribers report each year, Consumer Reports identifies key trouble areas. Consumer Reports’ reliability information on almost 250 models identifies the most likely problems.
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. Consumer Reports Money Adviser crunches the numbers for you.
When you have a craving for a salty snack, chips seem like the perfect solution. And if you're trying make healthy choices, veggie chips sound like a smart decision. But be careful what you choose.
Feel like your home is looking a little drab? It’s amazing what a fresh coat of paint can do! A new color can be an inexpensive way to get a whole new look, say the experts at Consumer Reports. They recently evaluated 65 paints and say steer clear of inexpensive paints. None of the top picks were under $20.
Apple’s Siri voice recognition ushered in a whole new era in smart-phone technology. Now downloadable apps are trying to get in on the conversation. Consumer Reports just took a look to see how two of the leading free apps—Robin and Speaktoit—stack up.
Early detection of cancer doesn't necessarily save lives. This widely held belief drives many patients to get unnecessary screenings. Consumer Reports found many cancer screening tests have been oversold to the general population.
Celebrity styles are influencing many women to try hair extensions. But before you add them to your own mane, there are some possible problems you should be aware of.
A Tulsa man says once he paid off a big debt for his nephew in the amount of more than $3,800 he got nothing but more collection calls from this company.
We asked for your help on behalf of central Oklahoma storm victims and you responded in a huge way.
Yahoo is buying online blogging forum Tumblr for $1.1 billion as CEO Marissa Mayer tries to rejuvenate an Internet icon that had fallen behind the times.
Tax time is upon us and the IRS shares information on finding the right tax preparer who is properly qualified to help you.
Just when you thought a computer tablet like an iPad was only good for Words with Friends or watching YouTube, there comes a legitimate use: help with preparing your taxes.
A big chunk of the Tulsa Public School district's budget comes from property tax. There's enough money owed to make up $20 million in cuts that the district has received over the past five years, according to records from the Tulsa County Treasurer's Office.
For many voters, how they cast their ballot could hinge on the commercials current mayor Dewey Bartlett, former mayor Kathy Taylor and former city councilor Bill Christiansen are airing on television and radio.