In this guide, we tell you which cables or adapters you'll need to connect an iPhone, iPad, iPod, Mac, Android device or PC to your TV.
There are more-sensitive antennas, but Turk's amplified Multi-Directional model is good at rejecting weaker signals, and it boasts a unique, tabletop design.
The 5 Series offers all the advances that other luxury carmakers crow about, plus better handling and responsiveness when you want to be the one in control.
The 1byone is a well-packaged antenna with good instructions for cord cutters, but the build quality could be better.
Although it’s one of the lowest-priced amplified antennas available, the Viewtek provides only modest reception.
The Holisouse amplified antenna doesn't come in a glossy package or boast a fancy design, but it does the job without fuss.
For TV viewers who want to eliminate the monthly cable bill but still receive local stations, the Mohu ReLeaf is a no-fuss, top-notch antenna.
Logitech's inexpensive air vent mount uses speech recognition to keep drivers' eyes on the road while they use their phones, but it could use some polish.
A ride in Hyundai's first self-driving vehicle reveals a car with very impressive intelligence — and an overabundance of caution.
The Sharp Aquos LC-50N5000U is an attractive 1080p TV with basic smarts and a solid HD picture that make it a good bargain.
Vizio's budget 1080p E55 brings smart TV features to this set using a Google Chromecast-based approach. It also has a top-rated picture for TVs in this class.
Although better known as the purveyor of expensive OLED TVs, LG has a budget LCD winner here with a crisp 55-inch picture and a nifty smart-TV interface.
On first blush, the Insignia 55-inch 1080p set offers a big picture for a modest price, but its image quality leaves much to be desired, and it doesn't have support for smart-TV streaming services.
The Samsung KS8000 offers a sleek, glossy design and good color accuracy, but it's not the best value.
With mediocre performance, the 55-inch Sharp Aquos LC-55N7000U faces tough competition from bargain 4K sets that lack HDR support but produce a comparable picture for less money.
Despite some shortcomings, the TCL Roku TV 55US5800 offers an intuitive, smart-TV interface in a bargain-priced, 55-inch 4K display.
Consider the Hisense 50H8C 50-inch 4K TV if you're looking for an inexpensive 4K TV, but Insignia's 4K Roku TV gives you more at this price.
While this 50-inch 4K TV from TCL has the class-leading Roku TV interface, its picture quality is lacking, even for a sub-$500 set.
A good set for movie fans, the 65-inch Vizio D65u-D2 does an admirable job on overall 4K picture quality, but the set's built-in sound system could use a boost.
A 4K Ultra HD set for those who want more out of a bargain-priced model, the Vizio M-Series supports HDR content as well as the Dolby Vision version of the format.
The Samsung KS9000 delivers the latest HDR performance for a price that’s less than the best OLED sets.
If you like the curved-screen approach, Samsung's top-of-the-line KS9800 is a stunning 4K Ultra HD set that supports HDR programming and is bound to please.
For those who want the best 4K HDR TV available — but have to keep their spending down to a dull roar — the LG B6 delivers a jaw-dropping picture.
While pricey, the LG E6 is a superior OLED TV with jaw-dropping picture quality, support for the latest HDR formats and strong audio.
Offering a great picture and an updated smart-TV interface, the Vizio P-Series 55-inch 4K Ultra HD set is a smart choice for those who want state-of-the-art features for a reasonable price.