The blog, which is often an outlet for consumer complaints, will become a new division within the publisher of Consumer Reports.
Where's your consumerist spirit?
In a surprising first round loss to Time Warner Cable, EA won't manage a three-peat of its difficult crown in the Consumerist's famed competition to find the worst of the worst.
Owners of Fitbit's newest fitness band that have been experiencing skin issues are eligible for a full refund while a solution to the problem is reportedly in the works.
In an attack of holiday spirit, Best Buy admits it made a mistake in sending a customer five iPads instead of one. The company says the customer should give the extras to people in need.
In an apparent biteback at EA's inconclusive ending to Mass Effect 3, voters at Consumerist declare that Electronic Arts is even worse than Bank of America. The company promises to release a new version of the game.
It's Ariel's last day of freedom before getting married next week, so we're throwing him a proper farewell with a bachelor party in the cramped podcast studio. We'll also cover tech antiques found in Walmart and homemade Nintendo 64 Lego Transformers!
Electronic Arts COO attempts to express understanding of why his company is again in the Final Four of the Consumerist's Worst Company awards. Is the company really so bad?
Somehow, EA manages to defeat Bank of America by a vast margin to take home the Consumerist's Worst Company in America trophy. Might its COO's intervention before final voting have influenced things?