Hulu's live TV service still has a few notable drawbacks, but the value is hard to beat.
The Fire TV Cube wants to replace your remote with voice commands, but Alexa isn't up for the challenge.
Plex is the most powerful over-the-air DVR for cord-cutters, but it's not the easiest to use.
The Stream+ is a fairly inexpensive way to record free over-the-air channels, but Google's software has some major shortcomings.
By acquiring Time Warner, AT&T will create short-term perks and long-term peril for cord-cutters.
The Nvidia Shield TV is the best streaming box for power users, and now it has a totally new interface.
Most of Gmail's new features aren't really new, and that's okay.
Cloud DVR and wireless bundle deals make DirecTV Now a lot more interesting.
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.
The next big Android update will consume less battery power, get things done faster, and help you use your phone less.
New streaming video bundles from wireless providers and internet companies make legacy TV deals unnecessary.