Tech bargains abound in the aftermath of Black Friday, and you don't even have to leave the house.
Take back control of your home screen on the Xiaomi Mi Box, Nvidia Shield Android TV, and Nexus Player with these tips.
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.
Google's Chromecast Ultra quadruples the pixels for double the money, but it lacks the bells and whistles of other high-end steaming devices.
It doesn't matter how cheap or how powerful a media box might be if you can't stream the programming you want. Here's how the major players compare.
Watching sports without a big cable TV bundle has gotten a lot easier in the last year; NFL games are no exception.
The Xiaomi Mi Box's $69 price tag and 4K HDR streaming help paper over Android TV's shortcomings.
Picking the best low-cost media streamer just got a lot more complicated.
With HDMI-CEC, streaming boxes like Roku and Apple TV are slowly making your TV's remote redundant.
Android app support in Chromebooks opens the door to Windows emulation, but that first step is a doozy. Here's what happened when we tried it with the CrossOver Android beta.
Apple needs to act decisively if it truly intends to shake up TV entertainment; its half-hearted TV app isn't enough.
Improvements to Roku's high-end set-top boxes don't add up to a better value—unless you need 4K HDR video.
Watch out, Sling TV and PlayStation Vue: More bundles are coming from AT&T, Hulu, YouTube, and possibly Amazon.
Why you won't need Comcast or Charter to wrangle all your online video services.
Sony’s PlayStation Vue TV service has become more interesting. Here’s what cord cutters need to know.