Your 4K Netflix Streaming Is on a Collision Course With Your ISP's Data Caps
High-resolution video streaming is on the rise, but data caps could mean bigger bills for customers.
New TV Standard Could Be Huge for Cord Cutters, But Privacy Concerns Linger
If done correctly, ATSC 3.0 should dramatically improve the quality of over the air television, but there are legitimate concerns that industry players will abuse the standard.
Comcast Is Already Hated—and It's About to Become a Lot More Powerful
With Comcast buying up broadcasters to cement its domination of the emerging streaming video market, it's about to get a lot worse.
Cord Cutting in the US Has Nearly Tripled Since 2013
A new report shows that the number of people who only watch TV through streaming services increased from around 5 million households to 14 million.
Cable Industry Slowly Realizes More Ads and Higher Prices Aren’t the Solution to Cord Cutting
Competing with Netflix and YouTube is turning out to be harder than cable companies thought.
Comcast's Sneaky Cable Fees Have Jumped 241% in the Last Three Years
The 'Regional sports fee' and 'broadcast TV fee' have made your cable bill bloated.
Big TV Is Trying to Use Lawsuits to Crush Pirated Streaming on Kodi Boxes
New lawsuits lobbed at third-party libraries of apps for the software are really stretching the definition of piracy.
'Star Trek: Discovery' Effortlessly Demonstrates Why TV Needs More Diversity
This is the science fiction we need right now.
We’re About to Find Out if the ‘YouTube Generation’ Has Any Interest in TV
YouTube TV sounds a lot like PlayStation Vue... and Sling TV, and DirecTV Now.
Luckily, Shopping for Cord Cutters Isn’t Too Hard
There's still time to make a would-be cord cutter very happy this holiday season.