At its press conference, Dish unveiled the next generation of its Hopper DVR and a portable drive for wireless streaming, while Sling showed its forthcoming simplified interface and new features.
At CES 2016, Sling TV gets a new interface, putting users' favorite content front and center.
Dish updates its DVR with the Hopper 3. The new device contains a 2TB hard drive for storage of 500 hours worth of HD shows and can record 16 shows simultaneously.
The Hopper 3, due out early this year, is arguably the most powerful and feature-packed DVR to date.
The satellite TV service provider will likely add new features and more content providers to its low-cost Sling TV service. The goal: turn more cord cutters into Internet TV customers.
Everybody hates cable bills. This year saw the debut of long-awaited virtual TV services that allow you to cut the cord without sacrificing live content, but the costs do add up.
The year is pretty much half over, so we're taking a look back at the stories that made huge waves in the tech world.
A merger between the nation's fourth-largest wireless carrier and second-largest satellite-TV provider is intriguing. Here's why.
The two companies have hammered out leadership details of the combined company but not financial particulars, sources tell the Wall Street Journal.
Sports are often seen as the linchpin keeping people in pricey cable packages, but a recent survey found most subscribers don't need games to keep paying for TV. Plus, many sports fans would pony up for streaming.
Dish's online service for live TV might add channels like ABC, NBC, CBS and Fox -- some of the biggest on television -- but it won't put them in the essential package you have to buy.
HBO's new streaming service faces trial in how it handles Game of Thrones demand. Bridget Carey-si, mother of CNET Updates, takes HBO Now's Uber promotion for a spin. Also: Guitar Hero returns and GameStop goes retro.
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