Plex is a home entertainment hub for cord cutters that serves your favorite TV shows and movies from your computer to your big screen TV or mobile device.
Philo is a live TV streaming service, and starting at only $16/month they have likely the lowest cost cable TV package available. Is it worth it?
Sling TV is the #1 live TV streaming service, and at $25/month they also have one of the lowest cost cable TV packages available. Is it worth it?
The HDHomeRun Extend over-the-air tuner and DVR is a good option if you’re looking to cut the cord. Watch live TV and record all of your favorite shows!
fuboTV is a streaming TV service that has a cloud DVR, TV everywhere login, and the ability to watch your TV at home or on the go. Here’s a review.
By shopping around and switching to new providers for both Internet and TV, we were able to save hundreds of dollars every year.
PlayStation Vue is a new streaming service that offers an affordable alternative to cable and Satellite TV, including DVR functionality. Here’s our review.
We found that our children’s Monopoly playing style matches their current spending style. Do you think Monopoly can reflect your real-life money style?
If you’re switching away from pay TV, paying the small up front investment for a high quality digital HDTV antenna like the Mohu Curve definitely makes sense. Here’s my review of this top of the line antenna.
PlayOn is a streaming hub and online DVR which organizes all of your video streaming websites in one easy to use interface. Let’s take a look at this cord cutting software!
It’s easier than ever to drop your expensive cable subscription. So how you can cut the cord, save some money and still watch all your favorite shows?
If you canceled your expensive cable TV package, would you miss your DVR? Now you don’t have to. The new Tablo TV over-the-air DVR is a cord cutter’s dream.
The Google Chromecast was released this summer, and it promises to be a great way to save you money on your entertainment expenses, and help you to ditch cable. Here’s how.
Athletes who are wise with their money tend not to get much attention. Here are two examples who lost it all first, before they became successful in both their careers and lives outside of sports.