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Author: Janette Forsythe

The Best Sound Systems for Your TV

Jump to:’s Sound System Recommendations If you’ve only ever used the built-in speakers on your TV, you don’t know what you’re missing out on. The differences a supplemental sound system can bring to your viewing experience are tremendous. Seriously, if you watch a lot of TV or movies, a good home audio setup is an investment well worth the money. And thanks to the continuous advances of modern technology, you can get a downright amazing home audio experience for a downright amazing price. When it comes to sound systems, there are a lot of options. From simple soundbars...

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Best Cable TV Apps for Your Android

How to Watch TV on Your Android Nowadays you don’t need to be glued to your TV to catch up on your favorite shows—cable apps have made smartphones and tablets into great viewing devices, and cable companies provide these apps to their subscribers at no additional charge. But keep in mind that most of these apps require you to be subscribed to the provider’s internet service to unlock all the features. If you’re bundling services, this is no big deal, but if your internet and cable service come from separate companies, you might have limited channel and feature access...

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DIRECTV vs. Optimum

Should you choose DIRECTV or Optimum as your TV service provider? We’ve got a wealth of reviews and expert knowledge at our fingertips to draw comparisons, break down where each provider excels, and give you plenty of at-a-glance information so you can choose a package and a provider that’ll fit your priorities

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Frustrated with Data Caps? Find Out Which Providers Limit Your Data and Why

By 2020, it’s estimated that the top 15 percent of Internet users will consume 1,000 Gbps of data per month. That’s a lot of data, and as Americans transform into a connected society with smart homes, constant video watching, peer-to-peer file sharing, and numerous wireless devices per person, those data needs will only increase. To rein in potential issues associated with high usage, some Internet Service Providers (ISPs) choose to limit — or cap — the amount of data each customer can use. For those unsure about their own data usage trends, and for users hoping to find a provider...

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