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How to download The Roku Channel app on your Samsung Smart TV, and watch hundreds of free movies and TV shows
You can download The Roku Channel app on your Samsung Smart TV through the Apps menu, which is on your TV's homescreen.
Smart TVs are having a rotten end of the year, and it proves why you should buy a separate media streaming device on Black Friday
With the rise of smart TVs, I thought there was no reason for media streaming sticks like Roku and Chromecast to exist — but I couldn't be more wrong.
Vizio smart TVs still don’t have the Disney Plus app, but the company is rolling out a major update that will let anyone with a smartphone strea...
With the update, both Android and iOS users can cast Disney Plus to their Vizio smart TVs until the Disney app becomes available.
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Disney’s new streaming service doesn’t work on some Vizio smart TVs, and you may have to wait until next year for the fix
Vizio said it will roll out the Chromecast update that supports Disney Plus in 2020, but it wasn't clear exactly when in 2020.
The Netflix app will soon stop working on some older Samsung TVs — here’s how to check whether your Samsung TV will be affected
Some Samsung smart TVs from 2010 and 2011 won't be able to run the Netflix app after December 1, but luckily there are some workarounds.
Netflix will soon stop working on some older Samsung smart TVs, but that doesn’t mean you have to buy a new TV
Instead of buying a brand-new TV just because your old one loses Netflix, you can buy a media streaming device that costs under $100.
How to connect a PC to your TV wirelessly in 3 different ways, to watch movies, browse the internet, or stream games
There are several ways to connect a PC to your TV wirelessly, including using a wireless HDMI kit, a Google Chromecast, or a game streaming device.
OnePlus has been dropping hints and teases for its upcoming OnePlus TV, which is coming to India first, and the US, EU, and China later.
OnePlus is launching its first-ever TV in September, and the company’s CEO says it will be a ‘premium’ product
OnePlus CEO Pete Lau told Business Insider that it benchmarked its own OnePlus TV against the "best of the best."