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Consumer Reports Tests Reflective Gear For Pedestrians, Bicyclists

PITTSBURGH (KDKA) – Cars kill more than 5,000 pedestrians, bicyclists, and joggers each year. A vast majority of those accidents happen after the sun sets. 262 more words

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Do photo filters really heighten viewer engagement? Yahoo’s research says ‘yes’


Nearly every photo shooting and sharing app on the market today has built-in filters that can change the essential look and feel of your images: You can convert a color image to monochrome or add a distinctive color cast, vintage look, or even emulate a particular film stock. 72 more words

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Get Your Free Flights

Americans have accumulated billions of frequent-flyer miles. But often they’re stymied when they try to redeem them for free flights.

Consumer Reports did some exhaustive research and has insider tips on how to get airlines to give you the free travel you’ve earned. 246 more words

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THIS MAN CAN MAKE YOU MORE BEAUTIFUL

Well sort of. I follow Consumer Reports’ Tod Marks advice on checking the unit prices on products religiously. Case in point, check out the prices on these two bottles of Cerave lotion. 98 more words

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Here’s why Consumer Reports is calling Tesla’s $127k car ‘undriveable’

WATCH ABOVE: A review of the Tesla Model S from the widely trusted publication Consumer Reports is getting a laugh. Nicole Bogart explains.

TORONTO – It’s not every day esteemed consumer review publication Consumer Reports calls a car “undriveable” – let alone when the vehicle is worth US$127,000. 490 more words

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Another Chinese city waives plate lottery

Shanghai, Hangzhou, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, and now Tianjin. All now usher Tesla buyers past the agita of license plate rationing, thanks to their intriguing zeroemissionishness. Beijing next? 112 more words

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How safe is your shrimp?

Americans love shrimp. We eat an average of almost four pounds per year, making it more popular than tuna. About 94 percent of the U-S shrimp supply is imported – and the majority of it is farmed. 270 more words

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