Features like Apple's Low Data Mode and Google's Data Saver should also apply to streaming TV devices, where data caps are an unfortunate reality.
How to cut the cord and get everything—and I mean everything—you could possibly want.
NFL Redzone has a standalone streaming option for $35 per year, but few people are aware of it.
As blackouts loom for ESPN on DirecTV and other AT&T TV services, remember who's instigating them.
This Sling-centric streaming dongle gets the hardware right. It's the software and Sling TV service that remain iffy.
The Acer Nitro 5 (AN517-51-56YW) gets the price right for shooters like Fortnite.
HDHomeRun's whole-home DVR hardware, the Scribe and Servio, streams broadcasts in native quality on the cheap, but the software is still too crude.
Over-the-air DVR might always be a niche, even as antennas make a comeback.
Disney+ device streaming limits could become a new annoyance for cord-cutters.
The JBL Link Bar combines a soundbar with Google Assistant and Android TV, but not without major drawbacks.
With the Hallmark Channel and more for $6 per month, Frndly TV is the cheapest live TV streaming bundle yet.
FuboTV is the best sports streaming bundle for soccer fans and ESPN haters.
Hulu's live TV service still has a few notable drawbacks, but the value is hard to beat.
By cutting out broadcast and sports networks, the Philo streaming TV service provides cord-cutters lots of channels for not a lot of money.