SiliconDust's HDHomeRun TV tuners are excellent, but the DVR service is not very good at all.
The best cord-cutting devices and services, which flourished in 2017 amid cable TV's decline
Disney's plan to acquire most of Fox could hasten the TV bundle's collapse, but not without consequences.
The Channel Master Stream+ Android box does DVR without subscription fees, but lacks a Netflix app.
NFL games will be free to stream on smartphones next year, but watching on TV could still cost you.
Amazon Prime Video finally arrives on Apple TV, but don't hold your breath for Chromecast support.
The FCC hasn't officially dismantled net neutrality—yet—but it handed an unfair streaming-video advantage to big internet service providers like Comcast months ago.
The TiVo Bolt Vox brings a software overhaul and voice search, but it still feels tethered to the past.
Next-gen TV (the ATSC 3.0 TV broadcast standard) could cripple over-the-air DVR products like Tablo and TiVo.
Time to upgrade your Roku? This guide will help you decide.
The new Roku Express is much faster than its predecessor, but the best Roku still doesn’t cost much more.
Hoopla and Kanopy offer free streaming movies, TV shows, and documentaries with just a library card.
Philo is the cheapest streaming TV bundle yet with AMC, Discovery, and Viacom channels.
The Apple TV 4K gets the little details right, but it's more than twice the price of other 4K HDR streaming devices.
How to decide if you should replace your Apple TV, Chromecast, Fire TV, or Roku—or stick with what you have.