Tech bargains abound in the aftermath of Black Friday, and you don't even have to leave the house.
The home theater category is rife with junk products and outright rip-offs on Black Friday. But here are the living room deals that TV buffs and cord cutters should actually care about.
It doesn't matter how cheap or how powerful a media box might be if you can't stream the programming you want. Here's how the major players compare.
Watching sports without a big cable TV bundle has gotten a lot easier in the last year; NFL games are no exception.
With HDMI-CEC, streaming boxes like Roku and Apple TV are slowly making your TV's remote redundant.
Apple needs to act decisively if it truly intends to shake up TV entertainment; its half-hearted TV app isn't enough.
Watch out, Sling TV and PlayStation Vue: More bundles are coming from AT&T, Hulu, YouTube, and possibly Amazon.
Why you won't need Comcast or Charter to wrangle all your online video services.
The Roku Express hits a new low in streaming box pricing, but it makes big compromises to get there.
The company is taking a two-pronged approach to getting higher-quality TV apps onto its platform.
Roku's new hardware really needs first-class apps to go with it.
The streaming pioneer is retiring all of its current set-top boxes, but will keep the portable Roku Stick. Its top two new products will deliver 4K video and HDR decoding.
Amazon Video's unskippable pre-roll teaser ads annoy as much as they inform.
Amazon is solving the biggest problem with the Fire TV, and with streaming boxes in general.
Apple rarely backtracks once its mind is made up, and the exceptions don't always last.