Posts Tagged: "Comparison"

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Fire TV vs. Chromecast: Which One to Buy and Why (comparison)

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Is it fair to compare Amazon’s Fire TV with Google’s Chromecast? Maybe not. Amazon’s $99 low profile 4.5″ x4.5” box was built with more processing power and memory than Chromecast, and is really better compared with Apple TV and Roku 3. But the smaller, $35 Chromecast dongle packs a lot...

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Samsung Galaxy S5 vs Galaxy S4 (comparison)

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Samsung officially unveiled the Galaxy S5 at the Mobile World Congress 2014 last week in Barcelona. The handset will hit retail in over 150 countries on April 11th on several carriers and retailers across the globe. For those of you who are still in possession of the last year’s flagship...

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iPad Air vs. iPad 2 (comparison)

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While we could write an article comparing iPad Air to its most recent predecessors (3rd and 4th Generation iPads), a comparison of the iPad Air to the iPad 2 is much more exciting. And as it turns out, those are the only two models still available from Apple. Besides the...

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Comcast vs. DirecTV (comparison)

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In our ongoing TV service provider comparison series, let’s compare two giants — Comcast and DirecTV – and see who comes out on top. Comcast is the largest cable TV provider in the US, serving approximately 22 million customers across 40 states. DirecTV follows closely behind with about 20 million...

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Time Warner Cable vs DirecTV (comparison)

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Last month we pitted Time Warner Cable against Dish Network. This time let’s see what happens when we compare TWC to satellite TV provider DirecTV. Since DirecTV only offers television service, we’ll just look at how it compares to Time Warner Cable’s TV service, and not TWC’s multi-service bundles that...

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Dish vs. Time Warner Cable (comparison)

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Here’s something we haven’t tried yet. Let’s compare a satellite TV provider with a cable TV provider and see who offers the most value in their service packages. To be fair, because Dish is a satellite TV company and needs to partner with Internet and phone providers to offer bundled...

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AT&T Next vs. T-Mobile Jump (comparison)

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T-Mobile came out with its Jump upgrade plan back in April, declaring, “Two years is too long to wait for new phone.” The plan allows you to upgrade your phone every 6 months (after the first 6 months of enrollment), without having to sign a long-term service contract. Since the...