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Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Should Walmart be your next bank? Consumer Reports: Should Walmart be your next bank? (Video)
Online retail giant Amazon has introduced the Echo. It’s similar to Apple's Siri and Google Now, using voice recognition to respond to your questions and commands. But instead of having to pull out your smart phone, Echo sits in one spot, making it particularly handy in a home or office.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Echo: Amazon's answer machine Consumer Reports: Echo: Amazon's answer machine (Video)
Online retail giant Amazon has introduced the Echo. It’s similar to Apple's Siri and Google Now, using voice recognition to respond to your questions and commands. But instead of having to pull out your smart phone, Echo sits in one spot, making it particularly handy in a home or office.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Cellphone chargers Consumer Reports: Cellphone chargers
Nothing says misery like being out and about, away from a power source, and your phone goes dead. Lots of companies are tapping into that fear, producing products for portable power.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Dairy case junk food Consumer Reports: Dairy case junk food (Video)
The dairy case is bulging with new products that seem like tasty ways to get more protein, calcium, and other nutrients into your diet. But Consumer Reports ShopSmart magazine says that many are just surprise junk foods.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Super snack bars Consumer Reports: Super snack bars (Video)
The most overcrowded section of your grocery store may well be the snack bar aisle. Snack bars are a handy, grab-and-go food. But there’s a difference between those that are healthy and the ones that have a lot of sugar and saturated fat. Consumer Reports evaluated 28 bars and rated them for nutrition and taste.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Mood-changing LED light bulbs Consumer Reports: Mood-changing LED light bulbs (Video)
LED lightbulbs are game changers. They promise to last anywhere from 23 to 46 years. And thanks to electronic circuitry and semiconductor chips, they have the potential to do more than just turn on and off. Consumer Reports checks out several.
Problem Solvers Consumer Reports: Sharing streaming media passwords Consumer Reports: Sharing streaming media passwords (Video)
It seems so easy! Type in your password and have access to countless video streams on a service you pay for—such as Hulu Plus, Netflix, Amazon Prime Instant Video, HBO Go, or WatchESPN. And it seems just as easy to give your log-in to someone else.