News, comparisons and advice to help you make sense of streaming.
Here are our favorite TVs for the summer of 2023 based on side-by-side comparisons at CNET's testing lab.
You don't have to break the bank to get a good TV anymore. Here are the best budget TVs we've tested.
The best streaming devices mean you don't need a smart TV to watch your favorite shows.
Soundbars under $300 can offer great sound and must-have features, including HDMI and Bluetooth.
Streaming Netflix, YouTube, Amazon, Disney Plus or Hulu can consume your Wi-Fi. Try running an Ethernet connection instead.
Roku works with other brands to produce Roku TVs but also now makes its own. Here are the best Roku-branded TVs you can get.
It can difficult to choose the right Fire Stick, but we've taken a look at the best available.
Looking to buy a Roku? We've tested them all -- here are the best ones for you.
|Streaming is the present and the future of TV. Netflix started the streaming revolution in 2007 and remains the leader today but numerous other services have become household names too: Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Disney Plus and more. Meanwhile devices from Roku to Fire TV to smart TVs to your phone and tablet offer those apps and hundreds more, delivering millions of hours of video and a level of choice that traditional cable can't begin to match.|
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