Nothing spoils holiday travel quite like getting locked out of the house Wi-Fi. Here's how to help your folks set their networks aright.
All you need is a trusty PC and good media-server software to stream your music, movies, and photos wherever you want them to go.
Tired of renting your cable company's lousy DVR? Buy this box, and you can record six channels at once—and watch those recordings on any PC in your house.
You might just have a boatload of unread messages waiting for you.
Want to stream the latest Harlem Shake videos on your Roku? With this handy add-on, you can.
The Ceton Echo works as advertised, bridging the gap between your PC and your TV; but its awkward remote, lack of Wi-Fi, and high price sour the deal.
If you're a Chrome user who's tired of choppy playback, this quick fix should smooth things out.
If you're savvy, you can use the free Plex Media Server to access your personal photos, music, and videos on your Roku.
Clever browser extension Pause for Later lets you return to your spot, even after closing your browser.
The amazing CameraSize.com compares camera sizes so you can tell exactly what you're getting--and how well it fits in your hand.
Netflix Unlimited Streaming is still a great deal, and we've uncovered a few tips and tricks to help you take full advantage of your Netflix streaming subscription.
Now that you're pulling down sweet, sweet over-the-air TV shows, let's get your computer hooked up for big-screen viewing.
Good news, cord cutters! With an inexpensive tuner and Windows 7, you can view and record unlimited broadcast TV shows, without monthly fees.
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