Tag Archive: OverTheAir

Watch over-the-air channels for less than $8 with Aukey’s HDTV antenna

Watch something.

The Aukey 50-mile amplified digital indoor HDTV antenna is down to $ 7.98 with code RA7OG6ZX. Without the code, the antenna costs $ 23 and doesn’t usually drop from that price without a code like this.

Check this map to see how reception will be in your area. Aukey’s antenna has a range of 50 miles, so it can pick up broadcast television signals from up to that far away. If you live in a  [Read More…]

Leave cable behind for good with the $100 Tablo Dual over-the-air DVR

Forget cable subscriptions.

The Tablo Dual Lite over-the-air Wi-Fi DVR is down to $ 99.99 through Amazon, Best Buy’s official eBay store and the main Best Buy site. This price is $ 40 lower than what it usually sells for and the best we’ve seen from any retailer. It’s also $ 50 better than the version with 64GB onboard storage.

If you’ve left your cable subscription behind and mostly watch TV using an HDTV antenna like this  [Read More…]

This may be the sexiest over-the-air antenna we’ve seen

Mohu Blade won’t break the bank — or make your living room look bad.

When it comes to your home entertainment system, nothing beats a good streaming box like Android TV or Apple TV, or even a Roku or Amazon Fire TV. But that’s not the end of the story. You need a good over-the-air antenna, especially if you want to fill out any gaps in your streaming coverage.

And the Mohu Blade ($ 39 at  [Read More…]

The best over-the-air antennas

The ChannelMaster CM-2018 is a top-selling over-the-air antenna. ($ 50 at Amazon.)

TV can still be free, once you buy the hardware.

Fun fact: Over-the-air television still exists, just like it did 50 years ago. OK, it’s way better than it was 50 years ago, with proper audio and video coming in at 1080i resolution. And in the coming years it’s only going to get better.

Oh, and by the way,  [Read More…]

HD HomeRun modernizes the old-school over-the-air TV game

HDHomerun is the perfect over-the-air addition to an already excellent Android TV experience.

The thing about being a cord-cutter is that you’re always trying to plug holes. It doesn’t matter what streaming video service you ultimately go with — there’s almost always something missing. For many of us, that hole comes down to local channels. And while services like YouTube TV are trying to fill that hole, there’s still something to be said for a good, old-fashioned broadcast antenna.

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OnePlus One owners in India can keep receiving Cyanogen over-the-air updates

OnePlus One owners in India now have the option to keep receiving updates to the smartphone if it has the Cyanogen OS installed.

The Indian office of OnePlus announced today that the company’s previous legal issues with Micromax have been resolved, allowing OnePlus One owners in that country to keep getting over-the-air updates to the Cyanogen OS.

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AT&T pushes out small over-the-air update for its Samsung Galaxy Note 4

AT&T has a small update that’s currently rolling out for owners of its Samsung Galaxy Note 4 smartphone, with a number of minor changes and fixes.

The download size is just 142MB but AT&T still requires that Galaxy Note 4 owners grab it via their Wifi connection rather than from their cellular network.

T-Mobile to begin over-the-air Lollipop LG G3 update April 7

T-Mobile is set to roll out the over-the-air Lollipop update for its version of the LG L3 on Tuesday, April 7, after first launching the same update via their mobile support tool.

That version of the update became available earlier this week, but now official T-Mobile rep “Des” confirmed the OTA launch for the LG G3 on his Twitter account:

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