Our TV buying guide shows you which TV features and specs are most important, and how to buy the right size TV for your expectations and budget.
The Amazon Fire TVs differ primarily in whether they offer 4K resolution, and how much they lean into the Alexa ecosystem.
While cable TV still has some great shows, you no longer need to pay through the nose to get them — not when you can cut the cord.
Can't decide between two evenly matched bargain TVs? Use these tips to help you make the right call.
Hisense offers some seriously low-priced 4K smart TVs, but only some models can really be considered a bargain.
The best time to buy a television is during November, December and January, according to our data. But, you can score a good deal at almost any time of the year.
Deciding between the affordable old and the hot new thing is always tough, but TV shopping gets particularly complicated at the start of every year.
If you need help buying a Sony TV but don’t know where to start, this buying guide will help answer your questions about the model lines and which sets are worth your money.
If you're planning to buy an LG TV but don't know where to start, this buying guide will help answer your questions about picture quality, refresh rate, style and more.
If you’re in the market for a Samsung TV but don’t know where to start, this buying guide will answer your questions about size, picture quality, refresh rate, style and more.
Interested in cutting the cord? Want to know what HDTV antenna is best for getting over-the-air TV channels? Tom's Guide is here to help.
Here are the top sets for watching the big game (and more), whether you have less than $500 to spend or $5,000.
Cable companies are starting to offer HBO as part of budget-priced packages. What are the most cost-effective ways to get HBO in your home?
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