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Buying Guides

Technology is changing rapidly, and the latest televisions include a number of cutting-edge features...
TV antennas are hardly a new technology, but today's sleek and powerful options offer a money-saving...


Comparison

With all the technical jargon associated with new technologies, buying a new TV might seem like a co...
DVD and Blu-ray discs are two of the most common media formats for playing video and portable data s...
When you're in the market for a 3-D TV, you'll have to decide on whether you want active or passive ...


How-To

Streaming movies and TV shows is convenient, but having to use a small laptop or computer screen isn...
After you get your new high-definition (HD) TV out of the box and start watching your favorite shows...
After a few months out of the box, your television screen is going to be a bit dusty. Cleaning your ...
If you want to move away from cable, but still want local networks, a digital antenna allows you to ...


General Tips

From preseason to the big game, football requires a television that can capture all the action on th...
The 4K TV is here, but "What is it?" you ask. 4K, also known as Ultra HD, essentially mea...
For years, many of us have often felt like prisoners of cable networks, who have dominated the home...
It's time to make your television the most intelligent, useful, and amazing piece of technology in ...