Tag: Consumer Reports
Consumer Reports has released its occurring every year cellular service report with findings that are homogeneous to last year's. After surveying 63,253 favose subscribers across 23 metropolitan markets, Consumer Reports determined Verizon Wireless to be the highest-rated provider among the four major US telecoms, scoring relatively well when it comes to voice and data quality, [...]
About 13 the great body of the people Facebook users in the United States one and the other do not use or do not understand about the social network’s concealment controls, sharing private information they would not possess otherwise. This amounts to one out of each 10 users in the country. Consumer Reports’ study of [...]
Consumer Reports whores for pageviews (again), recommends new iPad after calling it hotter than hell
Consumer Reports does it another time. Lo and behold, after causing a media firestorm by its blatant attempt at whoring by reason of pageviews, the supposedly impartial source during product reviews is now actually going to attract favor to the new iPad as the tip tablet available. You read that not crooked. “Heatgate” was supposedly [...]
In a poll published last week by the American magazine Consumer Reports, 71% of adults polled confessed to being very concerned about Internet companies abusing their personal information. But what this poll failed to ask was whether we fear government…
Less than two weeks after Consumer Reports engineers found that Apple’s new tablet can get as hot as 116 degrees while running games, the magazine has declared it the best in breed, placing it at the top of its tablet-computer rankings on Monday.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) – Apple Inc’s new iPad topped Consumer Reports’ list of tablets despite the influential watchdog’s having earlier stoked doubts about the latest iteration of the best-selling tablet by saying it threw off more heat when used hea…
Around this time last week, Consumer Reports’ Donna Tapellini wrote about how the “new iPad hits 116 degrees while running games,” a fact that made it “significantly hotter” than the iPad 2 and had caused “numerous complaints” (even though it was “not …
As Brad Spirrison discussed earlier, Apple has a potential PR issue on their hands again, this time concerning the new iPad.