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You don't need any cables or wires to watch YouTube videos on your TV.

How to watch YouTube videos or YouTube TV on your television, and use your phone as a remote control

You can watch YouTube videos and YouTube TV on your TV without special wires or cables. All you need is a smart TV or a streaming device of some kind.
There are many ways to stream Amazon Prime Video on your TV.

All the ways you can watch Amazon Prime Video on your TV, from smart TVs to streaming from an iPhone

You can watch Amazon Prime Video on your TV in many ways and on several different devices. Here are a few of them, with info on how to get started.

These are the best TVs to watch Stranger Things on, according to Netflix

These are the smart TVst that passed Netflix's "rigorous" performance tests this year.
You can get Netflix on your TV in several different ways.

How to watch Netflix on your TV in 5 different ways

You can get Netflix on your TV in several ways. Here are five ways to watch Netflix on a TV, using streaming players, video game consoles, and more.

Samsung’s smart TVs are the first to have the new Apple TV app, including over 100,000 movies from iTunes

You can also cast content on your iPhone or Mac to Samsung smart TVs.
A Google Chromecast allows you to "cast" video from external devices to your TV.

‘What is Google Chromecast?’: How to use Google’s smart device for TVs and monitors

If you're wondering what Google Chromecast is, here's a beginner's guide to Google's smart device for TVs, detailing what it does and how to use it.

Best Buy is offering amazing deals on Vizio’s 4K TVs, including P-Series and E-Series models

For a limited time, Best Buy is offering amazing deals on different Vizio P-Series and E-Series 4K TVs with HDR support and other smart features.

Samsung’s next TVs can be controlled by talking to Amazon’s Alexa and Google Assistant

The next generation of Samsung televisions will allow voice control through Amazon's Echo devices and Google's Home devices.
Hackers attacked thousands of smart TVs and Chromecast devices to display this message.

Hackers hijack thousands of Google Home and Chromecast devices to promote YouTube star PewDiePie

Google's products are the latest target in a hacking campaign supporting Felix "PewDiePie" Kjellberg.