Knowing how to best watch YouTube—on a TV screen, from the comfort of your living room—turns the snack-sized-video outlet into a cord-cutting powerhouse.
Android TV, Google's long-neglected streaming-box platform, is showing new signs of life.
New streaming video bundles from wireless providers and internet companies make legacy TV deals unnecessary.
YouTube TV's DVR isn't quite what it used to be—and users aren't happy.
The Tablo Dual Lite is the best DVR for most cord-cutters, though some sticking points haven't changed.
Bleacher Report Live is a handy streaming TV guide for live sports (which can also send you to the nearest bar).
Google says children should only use YouTube Kids, yet the app is strangely hard to get.
ESPN’s standalone service does nothing to fix the mess that sports streaming rights have become.
TuneIn Live and MLB At Bat can stream live baseball on the Amazon Echo and other Alexa devices—but not for free.
Let's hope Apple's original TV shows aren't exclusive to Apple TV.
You don't need to pay a monthly fee just to record over-the-air TV channels.
The cord-cutting mailbag: Advice on making old TVs smart, getting local TV without an antenna, and picking the best bundle.
Play your own MP3 collection on an Amazon Echo or other Alexa devices, even after Amazon Music Storage shuts down.
Thinking of cutting the cord? Here are 5 signs you're not ready to drop cable.
As Roku lays out its business goals for 2018, here's what cord-cutters can hope for.