It’s unbundling time! Univision is the latest broadcaster to announce that it plans to stream videos to customers that don’t have a pay TV subscription.
CBS is the next network that is offering cord cutters a way to subscribe to its programming without paying for cable. However, live streams are limited to certain markets.
Sports fans and news junkies may get a kick out of this one: 4SeTV lets you watch four live TV feeds at once.
DirecTV will sell you NFL Sunday Ticket streams even if you don’t have their satellite TV service — but only if you live in an apartment.
Tablo is a new take on the DVR: The device records free broadcast TV, and streams it to many of your devices. Check out our video for a closer look at the device.
Tired of paying through the nose for movies in hotel rooms? Then check out this video on how to make your Chromecast work on your next trip.
Amazon’s first set-top box does a few things differently that competitors like Roku and Apple TV. Check out our video walk-through to get a closer look at the product.
Major League Baseball’s MLB.tv launched on Microsoft’s (S MSFT) Xbox One Tuesday, giving users of Microsoft’s new game console a way to watch live baseball games as well as replay full games from the archives. As always, blackout rules apply, and users need to have an Xbox Live Gold subscription as well as a MLB.tv Premium subscription — but if you are a cord cutter who want to follow your team from back home, this may be the best way to do it.
Mohu makes great TV antennas, but now, it wants to take on Roku & Co. and combine free TV with online video apps.
Cord cutting-friendly DVR maker Simple.tv showed off cloud storage integration for videos at CES in Las Vegas this week, and Simple.tv CEO Mark Ely hinted at plans to launch a European version of the company’s second-generation device in the U.K. as early as April.