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Finding the right streaming TV device can make the transition from traditional pay-TV services incredibly simple. Not to mention, most of these devices are incredibly cool on their own, and inexpensive to boot. You can stop stressing over monthly equipment & DVR fees, because even the most meager of streaming TV device will put your old cable box to shame. If you've still got questions about cord-cutting and want more information, buckle up and get up to speed with our  exhaustive CTC guide. Click on an item below to get gadget specs and device details.

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New Sling TV Roku App Upgrades!

Gone are the days when Roku customers had to wait long periods to get Sling TV updates. On Tuesday, Sling TV officially announced a new channel to complement the latest features...
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Intro to Amazon Fire TV

Being released as a smaller version of their Amazon Fire TV in 2014, the Amazon Fire Stick is a small HDMI based device plugged directly into your TV without the need...
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Intro to Apple TV

One of the most popular and older streaming devices, the Apple TV was released in 2007 running the familiar OSX software. Naturally, with many of the Apple products, it has access...
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Sling TV and AIRTV Player Deals For November 2017

The holidays are upon us. Here's a look a few deals that SLING TV and AIRTV Player has to offer. AIRTV PLAYER Cord cutting has never been more efficient than with the AIRTV Player....
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Apple TV: Everything You Need to Know

There are a lot of streaming services (Hulu, Netflix, Sling TV) nowadays and if you want to use them, you need a streaming device. Apple TV is a streaming device that you can use to watch movies, listen to music, play games, and view photos.

The most current (4th generation) version of Apple TV features a dual-core A8 processor, a new touch remote, allowing swipe-to-select functionality and Siri voice support, and a new operating system… tvOS.

There are 2 versions, the 32 GB priced at $149 and the 64GB at $199. Keep in mind that, since Apple TV streams content from a cloud without necessarily storing it, the difference between the two devices is buffering, not storage space.

Access all your streaming apps from one central device for a unified viewing experience. Not only that, but stream from your iPhone or iPad to your Apple TV.

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YouTube TV is Now Supported on Roku Devices

Google continues to up their game. With the recent release of a YouTube channel on Roku, you can enjoy all of the cat videos your heart could desire! However, they have...
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Everything You Need to Know About Roku

Roku is considered a pioneer as far as streaming devices are concerned. The standard-definition Roku DVP was released in 2008 and the products have continued to improve since. Five generations later the Roku line-up includes features like voice control, 4K Ultra HD and High Dynamic Range streaming.

The current generation devices range in features AND affordability. From $29.99 to $129.99, there is something in the price-range of every cord-cutter. If you’re considering cutting your cable subscription, Roku may be an option for you.

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Hands on with the AirTV Player and Adapter

In our first video, we take a look at the new AirTV player and the AirTV adapter from Sling. Let's have a look at what makes this device stand-out among similar...
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Intro to Google Chromecast

Announced in 2013, the Google Chromecast has become one of the most comprehensive and affordable streaming devices to hit the market. With the original starting price of $35, it became one...
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AirTV Player Releases ‘Local Channels DVR’ In Beta

As of today, February 26, 2018, AirTV Player is beginning to offer a free open beta test of their new "Local Channels DVR". The beta is available for AirTV Player customers....