Submitted by PaPa-Slam 1014d ago | opinion piece

Cut the cord: 13 set-top media streamers

Computerworld: Watching "whatever's on" TV -- or shelling out for cable so you can see a particular show -- is so last decade. With an ever-expanding array of movies, TV shows and other video content available online, more and more TV watchers are opting to connect their TVs to the Internet, either to supplement their cable or satellite package -- or to replace it entirely. (Gadgets)

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