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June 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you have cable, there’s a good chance you’re paying too much to watch TV. Streaming services are available for a fraction of the cost with the added benefit of providing you more freedom to...

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When it debuted across most of America in the early 1980s, cable TV was a huge technological improvement from the grainy over-the-air signals TV viewers were used to watching. With a clearer picture, sharper sound...

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One of the most popular discussions at the 2014 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this past January was about 4K technology. Even though it debuted in 2013, people familiar with the audio-video and home...

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Every five years or so, the big video game manufacturers – Nintendo, Microsoft and Sony – launch brand-new consoles (so-called “next generation” units) to replace their existing platforms. In the world of video gaming and...

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Are you looking for a way to show your dad how much you love and appreciate him on Father’s Day? If you’re feeling generous this year, you can’t go wrong with an iPad tablet. Sleek,...

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Does your television set inspire more fights over what to watch than viewing pleasure? If so, then you’ll be happy to hear about the new Netflix family plan that allows four shows to be simultaneously...

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If you’ve been searching for the right place to trade your games or rent games, there are a ton of choices. However, some offer a bit more than others and even have a cheaper price....

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It seems like no one is stoked about the new Redbox Instant. In late March, the kiosk-based DVD-rental service that essentially killed Blockbuster with their 99-cent rentals rolled out their online video service to Xbox...

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We’ve gone way beyond the era of the rabbit-eared television set, folks. However, even cutting-edge services like Netflix and Hulu, while enhancing the digestion of digital programming, have been limited to use through a console....

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