Tech bargains abound in the aftermath of Black Friday.
Black Friday is the best time to buy a new Roku, Fire TV, or Chromecast, but not all the deals are worth your dollars.
The new Chromecast might not replace your Roku or Fire TV, but it is a nice supplement.
The home theater category is rife with junk products and outright rip-offs on Black Friday. But here are the living room deals that TV buffs and cord cutters should actually care about.
Streaming video will remain a boon to movie history, even after FilmStruck shuts down.
Amazon's over-the-air DVR nails the little details, but it has some major limitations.
Xiaomi's Mi Box S is a cheap 4K HDR Android TV box that doesn't get with the times.
Use these Fire TV tips and tricks to browse faster, launch apps with ease, and avoid common annoyances.
Cord-cutting has dramatically transformed TV, but the biggest changes are coming up next.
The new TiVo Bolt OTA gives cord-cutters more features, but it's still missing some modern touches.
PlayStation Vue is the first live TV streaming service with deep Apple TV integration, and it's pretty neat.
The 2018 Roku Premiere+ is a great value for 4K HDR streaming. The new Roku Premiere? Not so much.
Despite a new Chromecast and Android TV box, Google seems starved for ideas.
The third-generation Chromecast leaves Google out of the cheap 4K streamer wars.
The Xiaomi Mi Box S combines 4K HDR streaming, Google Assistant voice controls, and Android TV software.