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How to Take Great Pictures with the Sony a6300 or a6000

 Two years after introducing the excellent Alpha 6000 (or a6000), Sony announced a more-powerful successor, the a6300. However, all this power needs a bit of skill to fully harness, and we’ll show you just how to do that. (Read Sony … Continue reading

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Netflix Monthly Streaming Guide

The best new TV shows and movies for Netflix this month, on Tom’s Guide.

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The Best Online-Original TV Shows 2016

Quality online content has exploded to the point that it’s hard to even keep track of all the shows from Netflix, let alone Amazon, Crackle and Hulu. They’re not all winners, though. We’ve combed through dozens of online offerings to find … Continue reading

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Verizon-AOL Deal Designed to Raise Your Wireless Bill

[Tom’s Guide] The video streaming-happy data binging we do at home is on a crash course with our budgets once we take it mobile. Verizon’s data plans start at 1GB per month for $60. According to a calculator on rival … Continue reading

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Ford’s New GT Supercar Has (Some) Eco Cred

[Tom’s Guide] Introduced in January and due to go on sale next year, at $400,000, the GT both borrows engine tech from Ford’s mainstream cars and debuts lightweight materials. These, the company expects to trickle down to future economy cars … Continue reading

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Cablevision ‘Cord Cutter’ Internet Offer Is Mostly Hype

[Tom’s Guide] I had Cablevison’s new Optimum ‘Cord Cutter’ broadband package before it was called that. Even the New York area-based company puts quotation marks around the name of the service. n truth, it’s just a buzzword-bedecked rebrand. [Read the rest … Continue reading

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8 Awesome 3D Printing Trends to Watch

[Tom’s Guide] This year sees the emergence of tiny 3D printers smaller than the proverbial breadbox, silent and stink-free 3D printers and — especially handy — printers with 24/7 tech support. These home printers, and far fancier ones in factories, … Continue reading

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Your Guide to Cable TV Cord-Cutting

[Tom’s Guide] This is an exciting time for cord cutting — dropping cable or satellite TV service in favor of online video sources. Online doesn’t mean free, though. You might be wondering, “Is cord cutting really going to save me … Continue reading

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HDTVs Left Behind in Samsung’s 4K Push

[Tom’s Guide] Samsung really wants you to buy a UHD TV — which has four times as many pixels as HD — because that’s where the money is. UHD sets account for 60 percent of Samsung’s TV revenue, even though … Continue reading

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It Might Be Too Late for Apple’s Online TV Service

[Tom’s Guide] Pay TV is broken, many people agree (cable companies are among the least popular of all US corporations). And Apple has a knack for fixing broken businesses, such as music downloads and smartphones. But that might not be … Continue reading

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