The big cable bundle continues to crumble as NBC ponders a standalone streaming video service for comedy fans.
The $20 per month streaming TV service now offers 16 channels, while a new $5 'Hollywood' bundle serves up streaming movies.
From DVR capabilities to whole-home streaming, a simple set of rabbit ears can be more powerful than you ever imagined.
Netflix's flagship original series drops into an escalating war over original content.
Sesame fits over existing deadbolts, installs with nothing but adhesive, and has a funky knock-to-unlock feature.
Nick's first subscription streaming video plan has arrived, though it's not the far-reaching service we expected.
You don’t have to skirt the law to take advantage of Plex. Here's how to use the popular media server software—even as a law-abiding cord cutter.
The update brings the Roku app in line with Plex’s existing apps for Xbox, Playstation, and Smart TVs. In other words, it’s now much less of an eyesore.
Still in development, the upcoming Android TV app and set-top box promises to auto-detect commercials, and show you more pleasant things instead.
The childproofed version of YouTube will have parental controls, a simpler interface, and no comments.
For a $160, Sony's audiophile SDXC card claims to reduce electrical noise. Will anyone buy it?
Installing apps from the Google Play Store can greatly expand your streaming-video catalog. We'll show you the tricks to make it work.
Yet another startup is trying to simplify the remote control through touchscreens. Someone's bound to get it right eventually!
Want to watch NBC live on your phone or tablet? Only cable subscribers in select markets should bother.
The cable giant's live streaming catalog now tops 70 channels, and more than 30 percent of customers are taking advantage.
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