DVR

Amazon Fire TV Recast review: This over-the-air DVR is frustratingly close to great

While it nailing the little details, this box whiffs on some important things. The mere existence of Amazon’s Fire TV Recast is a testament to how popular cord-cutting has

TiVo Bolt OTA DVR review: More features, but many familiar drawbacks as well

TiVo’s DVR for cord-cutters gets a hardware upgrade, but it’s missing some modern touches. Cord-cutters are no longer second-class citizens in TiVo’s world with the

Here are all the new Amazon devices out to buy or preorder now

Amazon revealed a flurry of new Echo, Fire TV, and and Alexa devices this week, now a bunch are up for sale. Below we’ve run

Everything Amazon just announced: Echo, Alexa, Fire TV, and more

Amazon took a blunderbuss approach to their device event this morning, so we’re going to attempt to nutshell the lot. Revealed today were a whole

How to control your TV with Alexa : Sometimes your voice is the best remote in the room.

When it works, controlling your TV with Amazon’s Alexa digital assistant can feel like magic. Using voice commands avoids thumbing through menus and can get

Cacagoo CA03 dash cam review: A great bargain for daytime use

Although the night video is weak, this $50 camera is as good as what you’d get for $100 just a couple of years ago. A

AirTV review: Send live TV broadcasts all over your house—and to your mobile devices, too

This set-top box distributes over-the-air TV on your Wi-Fi network and to anywhere else you have broadband access. Designed for cord cutters, AirTV distributes broadcast

Channel Master Stream+ review: The ups and downs of an Android TV DVR

A decent subscription-free DVR for cord-cutters, held back by Google, Netflix, and Amazon. The Stream+ is a fairly inexpensive way to record free over-the-air channels,

7 Best Wireless Security Camera Systems of 2018

There is much that needs to be considered before purchasing the best wireless security camera for your individual requirements. We hope that the following information

Tablo Dual Lite DVR review: The all-around champ is cheaper than ever

This is the best over-the-air DVR for folks who aren’t tech-savvy. Some sticking points haven’t changed, but Tablo’s latest whole-home DVR for cord-cutters is inexpensive

Samsung SmartThings Link for Nvidia Shield TV review: A cheap smart home hub with one inherent shortcoming

The SmartThings dongle for the The Nvidia Shield TV is less expensive than a full-sized smart home hub, but it’s capabilities aren’t quite equal. Pros

TiVo Bolt Vox DVR review: New look, same old app problem

Tivo’s latest DVR brings a software overhaul and voice search, but it still feels tethered to the past. Pros The new software is simpler and

TCL S305 series Roku TV (2017) review

The Good: Roku TV delivers the best smart-TV experience on the market. A superb user interface makes its thousands of apps and streaming video easy to

QNAP TS-253B review: A short talk with a NAS box

With dual HDMI output, great performance, and a marvelous operating system, you couldn’t ask for much more. You could ask for a lower price, but

Vivint Smart Home review

The Good: Vivint offers a wide array of products that are all compatible with Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant and controlled via the Vivint app. The

FuboTV Premier review: This service streams lots of sports channels, but not ESPN

Cord-cutting sports fans get a lot for $35 per month, but there some big holes and plenty of rough edges. Pros Great value for soccer

Sling TV Review: Cheap Cable TV for Cord Cutters

Sling TV was the first service to venture into the cable-replacement sphere. Back when it launched, with its attractive $20 price tag and handful of

Tablo Dual OTA DVR review: Less clutter at a cost

Built-in storage makes the Tablo Dual simpler to setup, but you might still be better off with the old model. From a marketing perspective, it’s

Hulu Live TV Review: The promise of good things to come

Hulu has finally launched its own live TV product, following in the footsteps of competitors like DirecTV NOW, PlayStation Vue, Sling TV, and most recently,

SJCAM SJ4000 Camera Review

The SJCAM SJ4000 features a 2.0 inch screen on the rear, NTK96650 chipset and 12MP CMOS sensor, with high quality performance. You can easily use

HopperGO Review : DVR Shows In Your Pocket

When the movie options on airplanes aren’t always the best, and you can’t stream Netflix, how are you going to keep yourself entertained? The $99

LG Signature G6 OLED 4K TV Review : The Best Gets More Colorful

THE GOOD Exceptional picture clarity Stunningly thin design Excellent off-center viewing Strong audio quality THE BAD Motion artifacts in upscaled content Stratospheric price tag VERDICT

How to Transfer Dish DVR Recordings to a New Hopper

Dish TV’s Hopper 3 can not only can play 4K content, but also has the ability to record and stream up to 16 shows at

TiVo Bolt (1TB) review: getting smaller and faster has a price

TiVo has been in the DVR game for the better part of two decades, and even in the slow-paced TV world, that’s enough time to

ASUS unleashes a slew of souped up Windows 10 PCs for gamers

Microsoft may have just revealed an interesting crew of Windows 10 devices, both in small and large sizes, but its brochure was marketed more for

PlayStation Vue streaming TV comes to Dallas, Miami

Sony has announced that its PlayStation-based streaming television service,Vue, has just become available in the cities of Dallas, TX and Miami, FL. Users with a

Microsoft opens Xbox-to-Windows game streaming up to everyone

Microsoft’s removed the Xbox-to-PC game-streaming restrictions and now anyone with Redmond’s latest console and Windows 10 can play Sunset Overdrive or attempt to jump into

EE TV review: a decent set-top box with too many strings attached

EE has evolved rapidly since it became a household name two years ago after switching on the UK’s first 4G mobile network. Today, it’s more

Xbox One rumor claims DVR is coming to replace Media Center

Even as Microsoft buries Windows Media Center, there’s a rumor that it actually does have a plan for a replacement. According to Paul Thurrott’s sources,