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Long-Lasting AA Batteries
- When you're making up your holiday checklist, there's one item you don't want to leave out - batteries.
Double-As are the most popular size.
Consumer Reports ShopSmart magazine sifted through test results, to find out which will keep you all powered up for less.
- Prices for laptops are all over the map.
Some can set you back thousands of dollars, while others cost $300 or less.
Just in time for the holidays, Consumer Reports has tested some of the lowest-cost laptops to find out what they offer, and what they don't.
Smart Watches for Techies
- If you or someone you know likes keeping up with the latest electronics, you might be eyeing a smart watch.
Wearable tech is a fast moving market that's constantly evolving, but Consumer Reports says the timing could be right this holiday season.
Which Gaming System to Give
- Gaming consoles make a great gift.
Besides playing video games, the high-end consoles can stream video, surf the Web, and help you get in shape.
And this year there's a new choice for pint-sized players.
Consumer Reports has checked out the top options to help you make the best choice.
Company with Defective Air Bags Refuses Nationwide Recall
- Several different automakers have recalled to replace front air bags in nearly 8 million cars.
Make Charity Donations Count
- For many, the holiday season is a time to give not only to friends and family but also to those in need
Consumer Reports: Naughty And Nice Company Policies
- Just in time for the holidays, Consumer Reports is out with its Naughty and Nice List, an annual look at company policies that are consumer-friendly--and some that are not.
Top Kids' Tablets
- Electronic tablets for kids are likely to be a hot gift this holiday season. Consumer Reports tested a wide variety, ranging in price from $50 to $250, and can help you find the best one for your child.
Hidden Risks Of Going Gluten-Free
- Consumer Reports looked into the growing trend of gluten-free diets to see if it's a healthy choice for people who do not need to avoid gluten.
Consumer Reports: Arsenic In Rice
- Consumer Reports has issued new guidelines for limits on how much rice you and your children should eat.
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