Their company motto is "Don't be evil," but top prosecutors in three states say Google's business practices could be harmful to consumers, and they're demanding that the search giant change its ways.
You're hungry and in a hurry. So you grab a snack bar. Good choice, or is it?
You know it's important to guard your Social Security and Medicare cards – you don't want an identity thief to find them. Well, you need to be just as careful with your prescriptions.
New windows can stop leaks, reduce drafts, save energy and make your house look a whole lot nicer.
To help you find mowers that are easier to use, Consumer Reports' testers put their backs into it at the company's Florida test site, mowing 18 acres of grass with more than 45 mowers.
You give you pooch a bath after he or she goes to the beach or gets dirty outside, but what about all the in-between times?
You want your kitchen floor to look nice, but in this part of the house you need a material that's durable. Luckily, you have some good choices, including: tile, wood and vinyl.
You do not want to buy a flood damaged-vehicle. They're bad news. But people are cleaning up cars and trucks from Hurricane Sandy and passing them off like nothing happened.
No one likes to pay overdraft fees, and yet the average American spends $225 in overdraft charges each year, according a report.
A number or people complained that their hoses leaked, burst, broke and had to be returned, sometimes more than once.
The plan is to ask the nation's four largest mobile device manufacturers - Apple, Google/Motorola, Microsoft and Samsung - to find a technological solution to this crime wave. The two prosecutors believe a "kill switch" is this answer.
For steaks, rare was OK, because any bacteria would be limited to the outside of the meat. Not anymore.
The phone rings and you a recorded message says you are eligible for a free medical alert system. Don't do it. Hang up!
Betty Jane of Olympia has a knack for knowing when something's not right. But a scammer caught her off guard when the phone jolted her out of a nap.
On the heels of two previous alerts, the Puget Sound region is being flooded with yet another round of post cards promising a free round-trip. The latest card shows a non-descript airplane and mentions the names of several well-known airlines and hotel chains. According to the card "You will receive 2 round-trip airline tickets... plus a 3-day/2-night weekend getaway at a hotel... "