DirecTV NOW has improved vastly, but how does it stack up against Sling, Hulu Live and PlayStation Vue?
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AT&T’s DirecTV NOW live TV streaming service has finally come to Roku devices. To help promote the news, the company is offering a free one-month trial.
If you’re a cord cutter, it’s nice to have lots of content to watch online. Pluto TV is a perfect supplement for viewing free live and on-demand shows.
Hulu is the latest company to get into the live TV streaming business with Hulu Live TV Beta. Here’s a look at what it is and what you can expect.
Sony today announced that it’s bringing a multi-view mode to its PlayStation Vue streaming TV service. It lets you watch up to three cable channels at once.
PlayStation Vue offers live TV, on-demand video, a cloud-based DVR all without a cable or satellite subscription. And you don’t need a PlayStation console.
Microsoft today announced that the over-the-top streaming cable service is now available in the Windows 10 Store.
The Apple TV (4th gen) running tvOS has improved the experience of using the set-top box compared to the old models. Here are more ways to get more from it.
Just get the new Apple TV? Here’s a look at how to set when the set-top box goes to sleep automatically or put it to sleep manually from the remote.
Until the latest Apple TV update the only way to use a keyboard with your Apple TV was an iOS workaround. Now there’s an official way that adds new features.
Screensavers today don’t really “save the screen” on your modern flat panel TV. That doesn’t mean they aren’t fun and are part of the Apple TV experience.
VLC for the new Apple TV is a win for the platform. Not all the features work as you’d expect but it’s still a great application to play several file types.
Until Plex came out for the Apple TV, the device didn’t have much value to me. Sure the screen savers were cool…Then Plex released an Apple TV app.
The Roku 3 has been updated this year, and if you get one, the thought of downloading all the channels again seems annoying, luckily, you don’t have to.