A comparison of the main differences between these two popular and affordable streaming media players.
Product review and how-to for systems that let you get cable/satellite programming on additional TV sets even if there are no outlets nearby.
Got a great collection of videos stored on your computer, phone, tablet, or USB drive? Here’s how to get them to your TV.
Learn about different options available to stream video to your TV using a hotspot-enabled cellphone.
PlayOn software lets you stream and record virtually any video available online.
Today’s Three Tips: Google Drive, TV Antennas, Turkey Technique.
TV technologies keep getting better… and more confusing. This post provides a Luddite-friendly look at the value of these popular features.
If you speak English, but your Fire TV doesn’t, here’s how to fix it.
Having trouble deciding between the Amazon Fire TV, Roku, Apple TV, or Google Chromecast? This post should help.
Product review and how-to for the Roku box and stick streaming media players.
Want to listen to iTunes Podcasts, check out multiple weather radar feeds, or learn about brewing beer on your TV? Those are just three of the many options available when you add private channels to your Roku account.
This post will help you decide which of the Big Three movie and TV content providers will be the best fit for your streaming needs.
These whozits and whatchamacallits have added new life to some old (and some VERY old) friends.
Sling TV offers an alternative to traditional cable and satellite TV service with live streaming of several networks, including ESPN, for just $20/month.
This post walks you through the process of determining whether canceling your cable/satellite TV subscription makes sense for you.
Display mirroring technologies let you send whatever appears on your small screen to your big screen.
If you don’t mind waiting a bit to see your favorite shows, a streaming media player can help you cut the cable cord.
Got a Thursday-night addiction to Scandal? Here’s how you can (maybe) keep your habit even without a cable subscription.
The first installment in a new T4L series to help you see if you can cancel your cable or satellite service and still be able to access the shows you want to watch.
Whether you need separate streaming media players for multiple TVs depends on how you want to use them.