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Sling TV vs. YouTube TV

by | Apr 16, 2021 | Reviews, Versus Reviews | 1 

Sling TV offers a good deal for an affordable price—its packages have some flexibility, and its largest package is still cheaper than YouTube TV. But YouTube TV offers more channels and unlimited cloud DVR storage space, so in many ways, you really do get what you pay for.

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Sling TV Deals

by | | Best Of, Reviews | 0 

Besides being one of the least expensive and most customizable livestreaming TV services around, Sling TV is also all about dem deals. Where other streaming services offer various discounts and bundle options, Sling TV will hook you up with physical gear—and who doesn’t like gear?

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Hulu Supported Devices: Roku, Apple TV, and More

by | Apr 15, 2021 | Equipment Guides, TV FAQs | 0 

The Hulu/Hulu + Live TV app is compatible with nearly every current streaming device and smart TV on the market, as well as most gaming consoles. Unless you’re streaming with a 2005 FlonkerVision kinda-smart TV you picked up at a yard sale, you’ll be able to watch Hulu.

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PlayStation Vue vs. Sling TV

by | | Reviews, Versus Reviews | 0 

Update April 15, 2021: Sony has discontinued the PlayStation Vue live TV streaming service. Check out all the other options available in our Best Streaming Services guide or, if you’re still in the mood for a fight, try Sling TV vs. Hulu + Live TV, Sling TV vs. YouTube TV, or even Sling Orange vs. Sling Blue.

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Sling Orange vs. Sling Blue: What’s the Difference?

by | | Brand Reviews, Reviews, Versus Reviews | 1 

How do you choose between Sling TV’s same-priced, color-coded livestreaming plans? It depends on what you’re looking for: Blue gives you more channels and streams, but Orange carries a handful of gotta-have networks like ESPN and Disney. And neither is great for local programming, FYI.

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What Is a Smart TV?

by | | Equipment Guides, TV FAQs | 0 

If you’re in the market for a new TV, you’ve almost certainly run across the term smart TV. And if you’re like most folks, you’re almost certainly wondering what the heck that is. We’re here to walk you through everything you need to answer the question, “What is a smart TV?”

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Modem vs. Router

by | Apr 14, 2021 | Uncategorized | 0 

To connect your home to the internet, you’ll need a modem and a router. While a modem/router combo usually takes up less space, separate devices are handy for flexibility and keeping up with the latest technology. Learn the difference between all these devices in this article.

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Your Guide to Internet Speeds

by | | Equipment Guides | 0 

Internet service providers use a lot of specialized language to talk about Wi-Fi and internet plans. If the technical stuff goes over your head, you’re not alone. But you don’t have to be confused about your internet plan anymore—we’re here to explain internet speeds so you can be a Wi-Fi wiz.

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Dish vs. AT&T U-verse

DISH vs. AT&T TV

by | Apr 13, 2021 | Brand Reviews, Versus Reviews | 0 

DISH is a satellite TV provider with 190–290+ channels, two-year pricelock, and the best DVR around—the Hopper 3. It’s also our pick for the best overall and best kids’ TV provider. AT&T TV is a live TV streaming service with 65–140+ channels, cloud DVR, tantalizing deals for new customers, and both contract- and no-contract plans.

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Verizon Fios vs. Optimum Internet

by | | Reviews, Versus Reviews | 0 

If you live in the parts of New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut (plus Lemoyne, Pennsylvania) where Verizon Fios and Optimum intersect, you’re one lucky internet-lover.

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