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It seems like everything that you buy these days, no matter how big or how small, comes with a massive information packet.
CBS 2 Consumer reporter Asa Aarons has more information on what to do if you’re injured or have a defective product.
It wasn’t a mob scene at the Verizon store on 42nd Street, Verizon’s David Sandberg says they’re expecting a strong day for the device, which sold out in online presales.
Verizon Wireless says it will start selling a version of the iPhone 4 in early February, giving U.S. iPhone buyers a choice of carriers for the first time.
Last minute Christmas shoppers are in good company, as consumers are racing to the end of the season at a more feverish pace this year.
American Airlines says it will no longer sell tickets on the Orbitz travel website, effective immediately.
South Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia and German car maker Volkswagen lead the insurance industry’s annual list of the safest new vehicles.
Choking hazards and toxic chemicals are among the dangers outlined in the New York Public Interest Research Group’s “Trouble in Toyland” report.
We used to hear that when the summer ends, gas prices go down, right? Wrong!
The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the clip on the chest harness of the Chinese-made car seats can break loose and pose a risk of cuts or a choking hazard.
Most U.S. homeowners should get some relief on their heating bills this winter.
Verizon Wireless could pay out up to $90 million in refunds to cell phone customers who were improperly charged for inadvertent Web access or data usage over the past several years.