DirecTV Now is a lot cheaper than cable, and I got a free Apple TV in the deal, but there are also some kinks to be worked out.
Sling TV offers lots to like for cord-cutters, but after a year with the service, I'm not convinced it's the best option out there.
It's hard to determine exactly why expensive, powerful Android consoles exist, or to whom they're supposed to appeal.
Using PlayLater, you can take advantage of cheap software and free trials to get months' worth of video content. But how legal is it?
Video is increasingly spread around different online services and devices. How do cord cutters figure out where to watch what?
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