Sling TV, YouTube TV, Hulu with Live TV, PlayStation Vue and others let you ditch your cable company but keep the live channels and DVR. Here's how they stack up.
Live TV streaming service Philo offers a large selection of channels for $20 a month and is perfect for mobile use, but it's not as fun to use as its budget rivals.
Normally $140, the Dual Lite can record (or stream) two channels at once. Plus, the best smart-home bundle I've ever seen.
Priced well below their competitors, these two services give cord-cutters an affordable live-TV option. But does one stand out over the other?
TiVo wrote the book on DVRs, but is the price friendly enough to woo cord cutters?
If you're a cord-cutter these are the things you need to know before buying a digital video recorder.
Save a bunch of money! Kick that ancient box to the curb! Ditch all those channels you never watch anyway! Never deal with a cable guy again! Not so fast.
After reports that Trump plans to roll back protections, more than 50 companies sign a letter calling for equality.
The Commission says that Musk's tweets mislead investors when he said he could take the company private. Meanwhile, TiVo attempts to woo cord cutters with a new DVR that combines over-the-air TV with internet video services.
From The 3:59 show: Its Amazon codename: Frank.
The device, currently nicknamed Frank, would connect to a Fire TV streamer.
This $150 antenna DVR with Android TV feels like a beta product.
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