Cord cutting is easy if you live in a major metropolitan area. Why? Well, set-top boxes like the Roku series and the Amazon Fire TV let you stream TV shows and movies on demand from anywhere in the world, but like network TV is a different story entirely. Show More Summary
Amazon’s Fire Tablet doesn’t exactly feature bleeding edge technology, but hey, it’s a perfectly good portable TV screen and web browser for like $50. Today, you can get the upgraded 16GB version (which retails for $70), a case, and a screen protector all for $60 with promo code FIREBUNDLE. Yes, that’s $10 less than… Read more...
Sling TV has made its First Look DVR program available on Amazon Fire devices, although there’s a catch: You'll have to pay for the beta.
We have Apple TV, Roku, and TiVo but I haven't used them in months. We use our Fire TV Stick for everything, because it just seems to work more smoothly (the Apple TV is the worst of the bunch), also we are Amazon Prime subscribers,Show More Summary
Time hasn’t been kind to the fourth-generation Apple TV. In recent months, Apple’s streaming platform has lost market share to rivals like Roku, Amazon Fire TV, and Google Chromecast, and Apple itself has admitted that sales last holiday season decreased from 2015. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here
Good news everyone! Amazon has set a release date to bring their updated Fire TV Stick to the UK. The pre-order is open now for 6th April release day shipping. We have also collected 17 of the best deals available on Amazon for your enjoyment. Show More Summary
Stealing a march on Apple TV at a fraction of the price.
Amazon's Alexa-powered Fire TV Stick is coming to the UK in April. The updated variant of Amazon's Fire TV Stick with Alexa integration has made its way to the UK for £39.99. The device is currently up for pre-order on Amazon UK, and will be releasing on April 6. Show More Summary
Amazon has updated its TV streaming gadget, the Fire TV Stick, in the UK. The new version costs £39.99 and, for the first time, comes with an Alexa-enabled remote. It'll ship in the UK from April 6 and is open for pre-orders today. It...Show More Summary
Amazon has always lagged behind when it comes to bringing its devices to the UK. It took almost two years for the Amazon Echo to make its way across the Atlantic. And now, storming the White Cliffs of Dover, is the new, redesigned Amazon Fire TV Stick with Alexa. Show More Summary
3M Command hooks, Amazon’s top-selling fire pit, and Sling TV lead off Saturday’s best deals. Read more...
Facebook will soon launch a TV app for Apple TV, Samsung Smart TVs and Amazon Fire TV, but do we really want or need Facebook on our televisions?
Facebook has just moved an inch closer to your smart TV, and their quest for TV domination has just started. Facebook has confirmed that they would be launched dedicated apps for Apple TV, Samsung Smart TV and Amazon Fire TV, thereby enabling access of their video-rich platform to TV viewing audience as well. Show More Summary
What to do about all those set-top boxes piling up in the living room? Caavo wants to be the master box to run Apple TV, Chromecast, Roku, Amazon Fire and others. #TalkingTech.
Facebook announced a soon-to-come app that will allow users to stream videos in their news feed through set-top boxes such as Apple TV and Amazon’s Fire TV.
Facebook may be coming to a TV near you. Facebook thinks you need more of its app in your life, so it's starting to roll out a new TV-centric app for set-top boxes like Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TV, as well as the Apple TV. ThisShow More Summary
Facebook said on Tuesday it has built a connected video app for television. The company will roll out its new app in a few weeks for Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV and Samsung Smart TV and plans to make the app compatible with additional television set-top boxes over time.
Facebook may still shy away from the term "media company," but the social network will soon have its own set of TV apps. Facebook video apps are coming to a whole array of set-top boxes, including Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, Samsung Smart TVs and other platforms, the company announced on Tuesday. Show More Summary