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Consumer groups to Mercedes: Pump the brakes on Drive Pilot ads

They posit that Mercedes' advertising is promising much more than the car's semi-autonomous systems are capable of.

By July 28, 2016


AutoComplete for July 28, 2016: Consumer groups call for Mercedes to pump the brakes on 'Drive Pilot' system

Red light cameras save lives, and Ford and MIT team up to use LiDAR to grow the future of mobility.

July 28, 2016


Disappearing text on receipts leaves consumers unable to return gadgets

Technically Incorrect: In the UK, some stores use receipts printed using thermal printers, but the text can fade quickly.

By July 11, 2016


Consumers say VR seems neat, just not gaming so much

Games are the most prevalent VR content out there, but they came in dead last in a survey ranking six categories for the immersive format

By June 21, 2016


2016 Toyota Prius blows away Consumer Reports gas mileage record

Toyota's new Prius has just shattered Consumer Reports' gas mileage record with an impressive 52 mpg.

By May 25, 2016


Tesla, Jaguar, Volvo lead consumer software complaints in 2016

J.D. Power's SafetyIQ program shows that 2016 is on pace to be a record-setting year for customer software complaints.

By May 24, 2016


Google Project Ara developer edition phone available later this year, consumer ready by 2017

Google's highly anticipated modular Ara phone will be available to developers later this year, with consumers being able to follow suit in 2017.

By May 20, 2016


Fitness bands, smartwatches pick up pace with consumers

The wearables market is maturing, says IDC, leading to a 67 percent jump in worldwide shipments last quarter.

By May 16, 2016


These are the worst new cars in each segment, according to Consumer Reports (pictures)

Every year, Consumer Reports compiles a list of the cars that scored the lowest in each segment. Each caption in this gallery is plucked straight from CR's own words. We have linked to our own reviews wherever possible.

10 Images By March 16, 2016


Verizon racks up $1.35M fine for violating consumer privacy

Federal regulators are getting serious about protecting consumer privacy online and have settled an investigation with Verizon over its use of "supercookies," which track users' online whereabouts.

By March 7, 2016