April updates and additions

We have added a new chapter to the book that focuses on Apple technology and ways to watch broadcast-to-air TV alongside internet streaming, iTunes and locally-stored content. We look at three setups, two of which use an Apple Mac OS computer (preferably a Mac Mini due to its size and

Review of the book in AppleWorld.Today

Dennis Sellers of AppleWorld.Today recently reviewed our book. Quoting from Dennis... Prospective cord-cutters like myself can easily get frustrated with trying to make the move as there are a plethora of options and new technologies out there. There’s lots of info available, but it can take hours to

A 4K Food Chain

If your TV is hungry for 4K resolution content here is an overview of some ways to get it and the technology required to display it. Content. Where to get it. How it gets to the TV. HDCP (usually) required. Showing it (Decoding). Video clips, channels Youtube Internet No WebM

Samples from the book.

Several new samples from the book: The first sample is a short section for those thinking about cutting the cord and looking for a way to proceed. The second sample steps through digital TV antennas - what to consider when purchasing through to installation. The third sample shows using a