Which has the most apps? Which has the coolest features? Which one is the best? The most popular streamers all have their merits, so we'll help you decide which box is right for you.
Sling TV is a new $20-per-month live TV package with 16 channels, including ESPN, AMC, TNT, CNN, History, HDTV and the Disney Channel. How does it work, how can you get it -- and will it let you quit cable?
It may have been released last year, but with more apps than any of the alternatives, the best search and the fastest, easiest-to-use interface, the Roku 3 still outdoes any other video streamer.
A software update for Amazon's $40 or £35 streaming dongle also brings "captive portal" Wi-Fi access, while the Fire TV box gets expandable USB storage and Bluetooth headphone support.
Apple plans to unveil a new version of its set-top box -- with long-awaited features -- at its Worldwide Developers Conference, according to a report.
PlayStation Vue is the new TV service from Sony that starts at $50 per month. Its competitor Sling TV starts at $20 per month. Both use the Internet to stream numerous live TV channels as well as VOD, and both are free from long-term contracts. So how do they stack up?
Since most TVs are now "smart" TVs, what's the point of media streamers? Which is better: TV apps, or a dedicated streaming device?
Sling TV's bargain price and freedom from contracts make it well worth a test-drive for prospective cord-cutters or "cord-nevers" who can live with its stripped-down selection of live TV channels.
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The newest member of the Slingbox family of video streamers -- which lets you view TV on nearly any PC or mobile device -- adds built-in Wi-Fi for just $149.
Need help choosing between the Roku Streaming Stick, Roku 1, Roku 2 and Roku 3? This guide lays out the pros and cons of each device, so you can decide which is the best for your needs.