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June 27, 2017—Buoyed by the success of the NES Classic Edition in 2016, Nintendo will do it again in 2017—this time using its Super NES video-game console.
June 21, 2017—If you’re interested in an Apple smartphone, then Virgin Mobile USA has a deal for you. Google Android users need not apply.
June 16, 2017—Amazon’s proposed purchase of Whole Foods Market won’t affect consumers much for now, one expert tells Consumers Digest. Eventually, however, developments will be “substantial.”
May 3, 2017—When Federal Communications Commission released a proposal to rescind rules that ensure net neutrality, it did so under the guise of “restoring internet freedom.” In fact, it would do the opposite, three experts tell Consumers Digest.
Ride-sharing services claim to be more convenient than taxis are, but issues remain.
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June 26, 2017—General Motors recalled 2014–2016 Chevrolet SS vehicles.
June 22, 2017—BMW of North America recalled 2017–2018 M760Li xDrive vehicles.
June 22, 2017—Newmar recalled 2012–2015 Essex and King Aire motor homes that were built on a Spartan Motors chassis.
June 21, 2017—Britax Child Safety recalled the chest clips that are on certain B-Safe 35, B-Safe 35 Travel Systems, B-Safe 35 Elite, B-Safe 35 Elite Travel Systems and BOB B-Safe rear-facing infant child-safety seats, because the center tab that’s on the chest clip (marked “ABS”) might break. A broken tab might pose a choking hazard to a child.
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