Samsung Smart TVs are the latest devices to offer the Sling TV live streaming service. Here's how to get it onto your TV.
If you want to give YouTube TV a try, you can get a month for free. Follow our step-by-step guide to find out how.
Keeping Kodi patched is important, for usability as well as security reasons and it takes only a few minutes to do.
If Google's Chromecast is throwing you for a loop, Tom's Guide's list of tips and tricks can help you make the most of it.
The Shield TV’s smart home functionality is finally available, and using it is as simple as plugging a SmartThings dongle into your machine.
The mind-bending Mr. Robot is back for its third season, so check out our guide on where to stream it online.
Facebook Live just made it even easier to broadcast video games to your friends. Here's how to do it.
We explain how you can export music files from Android apps, as well as the limitations to their use.
It's easy to subscribe to HBO online, regardless of whether you have a cable or satellite subscription.
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.
Plex can help you access your music, movies and photos on all of your devices, from laptops to desktops to phones.
Netflix has removed several top shows and movies from its service. Here are other places where you can stream them.
Game streaming service Twitch finally lets you buy the games you're watching with a single click. Here's how it works.
You can watch your favorite shows and movies without an Internet connection if you follow these simple tips.
It’s nearly impossible to get Kodi on a Roku device, but there are much better options if you want the software on your TV.
Don’t go over your monthly wireless data limit. Here’s how to tweak Netflix’s settings to control data usage.
Don't feel like you're getting your money's worth from Netflix? Here's how to cancel your subscription.
Streaming the Republican Convention is both simple and inexpensive, and you probably already have at least some of the tools you need.
With an internet connection and some money at your disposal, you can stream dozens of college football games on any device you choose.
Twitch's new Clips feature lets you share quick 30-second highlights from your favorite channels. Here's how to use it.
The new Facebook Live Map makes it easier to find Live Videos all around the world. Here's how to find a stream to tickle your fancy.
It took me three-and-a-half years (and $400) to watch every Star Trek movie and show. Here’s how you can do it in two years for about $250.