The DVR seems archaic in the age of Netflix, but it's still the reality for traditional TV channels.
Looking to watch March Madness without cable? When it comes to live sports streams, not all devices and services are equal.
You don't need a cable subscription to catch up on the news, and you might even be better off without one.
The Nintendo Switch doesn't need video apps like Netflix, so why is Nintendo even trying?
YouTube TV is the cheapest combination of broadcast networks, regional sports, and ESPN.
The Apple TV has struggled lately, but another stab at the streaming bundle could make it a complete cord-cutting solution.
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Why buy a TiVo when you can build your own whole-home DVR for less?
The Nvidia Shield TV's gaming capabilities, such as GeForce Now and 4K HDR GameStream, are best seen as supplements to the streamer's other features.
Don't be fooled by Comcast's new Roku app; the cable box isn't going anywhere.
Amazon Channels wants to be your main source for HBO, Showtime, Starz, and more. Is this the start of a new TV bundle?
The Nvidia Shield TV, a $200 media streamer and gaming box, doesn't appeal to everyone, and that's okay.
Android TV, Google's oft-overlooked living-room platform, could become a strategic cornerstone.
You can buy an AirTV now, but the product won't integrate antenna and Sling TV channels until "early 2017."
New streaming boxes, smart TVs, and antenna tools arrived in force at the tech industry's biggest gathering of the year.