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    Samsung Brings Their New QLED Display to This Humongous Gaming Monitor

    Samsung came to CES earlier this year with a brand new set of premium panels using their QLED technology. QLED isn’t quite like OLED, but it does offer something approaching that level of performance, guaranteeing a wide color gamut and high contrast while being much cheaper and more durable. If that sounds awesome for PC […]

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    Top 5 Pieces of Equipment for Cord Cutters in 2017

    As cord cutting becomes more and more popular, it’s worth it to point out that there’s no right way to cut the cord. Some will do it slowly by cutting down their cable package until it’s all streaming. Others just cut the cord and jump into streaming head first. No matter how you end up […]

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    Doctor Who Recap Season 10 Episode 5: Oxygen

    **Spoiler Warning – spoilers ahead for Doctor Who season 10 episode 5 “Oxygen”. Stop reading if you don’t want to know what happens! Most of the episodes so far in Doctor Who season 10 have had a little bit of levity in them. The introduction of the new companion Bill Potts and the banter between […]

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    Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2 IMAX Review

    Warning: Some minor spoilers lay ahead. Guardian of the Galaxy Vol. 2 begins not too long after the previous movie left off. You’re introduced to the adorable Baby Groot, who will immediately win audiences’ hearts with his funky dance moves. The script is quite hilarious from the start, with plenty of laughs to be had. […]

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    Hulu Finally Announces Their Live Streaming TV Subscription Service

    Now that Hulu has a marquee original title in The Handmaid’s Tale, the streaming service finally thinks it’s got the value proposition to hang with the rest of the streaming TV world. At their Upfront event today, Hulu announced a $40 per month live streaming TV service, and while they’ve got almost all the networks you […]

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    TV Consumption Has No Impact on the Happiness of a Nation

    Personally, we’d be pretty miserable without television, but that’s some of what market research company GfK had to share at the annual IFA GPC conference that took place in Lisbon, Portugal this past weekend. It was only a couple of days ago that Intel announced that they will no longer be having their annual IDF […]

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    Samsung’s Frame TV That Resembles a Picture Frame Arrives This Spring

    Samsung’s new super bright QLED TVs were the company’s crown jewels at CES this year, improving on their SUHD LED TVs from the year before. Samsung believes that they’ve been able to push the LED/LCD combo to a place competitive with OLED TVs, and that’d be a big deal if they’re right — LED-backlit LCD TVs […]

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    Will the March Madness Live App Work for You?

    It’s about time for March Madness to begin, and fans around the world are clamoring to see what this year’s NCAA men’s and women’s basketball teams have to offer. Each game is going to have incredible moments that will be seen in clips and memes for weeks to come. Each team is going to be […]

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    Sling TV Expands its Cloud DVR Beta to Amazon Users

    Sling TV is still working out how to implement what’s likely their most requested feature — DVR. Sling TV rolled out a cloud DVR feature to Roku users late last year, and now they’re adding it to a new First Look program. But, there’s been some changes made, and the beta still won’t be open to […]

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    Netflix and Hulu Could Come to the Nintendo Switch

    From the beginning, Nintendo has made it clear that the Switch was intended neither as a tablet nor as a direct competitor to the PlayStation 4 or the Xbox One. That makes sense — Nintendo is still a games company, and they’ve long been more concerned with making fun games than with having the most power […]

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    YouTube TV is a Streaming TV Service with Unlimited Cloud DVR

    YouTube is becoming ThemTube. The video hosting site that first got big featuring random videos from random people is now getting into pay TV thanks to the cord-cutting trend. Announced today, YouTube TV is a streaming television service that will include over 40 channels for $35 per month, plus unlimited cloud DVR. It looks like […]

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    CBS All Access – Is It Worth It?

    Back when I cut the cord, there wasn’t a lot going on in the live streaming market. There was Sling TV and old standbys like Netflix and Hulu, but that was pretty much it. Now you have plenty of choices with more on the horizon. If Sling TV, DirecTV NOW, or PlayStation Vue aren’t to your […]

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    Bill Nye’s New Show Will Debut on Netflix on April 21

    Bill Nye, an essential presence in virtually every ’90s K-12 science classroom, is finally coming back to TV — well, sort of. He’s been a pretty steady presence on Facebook for the past few years, so it only makes sense that he’ll be sticking to the internet — his new show, Bill Nye Saves the World, will call […]

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    Facebook Reportedly Working on a TV App to Compete with Netflix

    Netflix, Amazon, YouTube, and Hulu might have some new competition soon. Facebook’s push into video has mostly been relegated to the news feed, but a Wall Street Journal report suggests that could be changing soon. Sources tell the paper that Facebook is working on an all-video app for set-top boxes and interfaces. The report also indicates […]