If you’re a sports fan, you probably know how challenging it can be to get a streaming package that covers your favorite team (or teams!). Depending on your particular brand of sportsball, the channels may vary pretty dramatically. So which ones are best for sports fans?
We dug through the details of all the big players to figure out the best ones for each of the big leagues (in the U.S., anyway). Turns out there isn’t one best overall answer—but one comes closer than the others. If you’re a sportsball fan, then hit today’s top story to see our picks for the best ways to stream all your favorite teams.
We’ve got a few streaming service suggestions for those looking to watch sports like the NFL or NCAA Football. Live sports coverage is important to cable subscribers, but you can often get the same great content, and then some, from a more affordable streaming service. Read More »
On paper, the Hue Play Gradient Lightstrip paired with the Hue Play HDMI Sync Box looks amazing. In practice, the Sync Box is the most frustrating piece of technology I’ve used in recent memory. When the system works, it’s beautiful. But that’s a big “if.” Read More »
After a year of litigation, Judge Gonzalez Rogers has issued a permanent injunction in the Epic vs. Apple case, forcing Apple to allow outgoing purchase links in iOS apps by December 9th. It seems like a win for app developers, but Epic CEO Tim Sweeney considers the trial a failure and will most likely appeal the decision, according to NPR tech reporter Bobby Allyn. Read More »
Back in 2020, Sony CSL quietly announced an AI-powered music production plug-in that helps people generate new chords and melodies based on their personal style. But the tool, called Flow Machines or FM Machines, went mostly unnoticed. Now, Sony is launching Flow Machines as a free iPad app, greatly expanding its usability. Read More »
Amazon is finally expanding hardware support for its Luna cloud gaming service to devices it should have supported from the beginning, like Amazon’s own Fire tablets. When the service debuted last year, we weren’t all that impressed, even though it was available for PC, Mac, iOS, and Amazon Fire TV devices, but not Fire tablets or Android. Read More »
Keep Fido hydrated while you’re on the go with this clever 2-in-1 dog water bottle and bowl. Just flip up the rubber cap, give the bottle a squeeze to fill it up, and set it down for your pet to use. When they’re done drinking, you can flip the cap back down and throw it back in your bag. It’s leak-proof, thanks to its sealed silicone gasket. It’s made of food-standard silicone that’s BPA-free, so it’s easy to clean and safe for pets to use. It holds 18 ounces of water, which is plenty for small- to medium-sized dogs.
Sony’s 40-minute PlayStation 5 showcase was a doozie, featuring surprise announcements for all-new games and new trailers for upcoming or delayed titles. Here are the trailers for each game announced during Sony’s live event, plus the most up-to-date release date info. Read More »
TCL might not be the first company you think of in the smartphone world, but its first entries into the affordable smartphone market showed plenty of promise. For over a year, the company has also demonstrated intriguing foldable phone concepts. But now TCL says it’s putting those plans on hold. Read More »
If you want to search for Princess Peach and relive the classic Super Mario 64, why not do it with LEGO’s latest brick set. This week the company introduced an epic 2,064-piece gold question mark block from Super Mario 64, but it’s a lot more than just a question mark. Read More »
It’s fair to say many of us don’t bother making homemade stock (or broth); it is a lengthy process, and buying it already made is just so much easier, but your dish tends to lack the authentic flavor that way. That’s where Better Than Bouillon comes to play. Read More »