Danika Miller - Internet & Entertainment Writer at Reviews.com

Danika Miller is a writer with Reviews.com. She was the first staff writer to join Reviews.com back in May of 2017, when the content team was a meager but mighty group of seven. You can find her previous work lurking on literary sites and in fiction anthologies hidden deep in university libraries.

The Latest from Danika

Fiber vs. Cable: Understanding the Differences

Fiber vs. Cable: Understanding the Differences

Jul 10, 2019 | News

Staying connected in our modern world is no longer a simple endeavor. Not only will you be choosing between providers for your internet privileges and remote control rights, you’ll also have to choose the technology that powers those entertainment sources. DSL, satellite, fiber-optic, and cable are all options for internet and TV service across the…

What Mega Mergers Mean for Consumers

What Mega Mergers Mean for Consumers

Jul 03, 2019 | News

Sometimes major companies decide that one head is better than two and merge together to combine strengths or streamline operations. In some cases, one of the companies might buy the other company outright. While researching Charter Communications for our Charter Spectrum TV review, we learned that Spectrum is the young child of a pretty big…

How to Switch Car Insurance Companies

How to Switch Car Insurance Companies

Jul 03, 2019 | News

It’s normal to be curious about whether your current car insurance company is the best one for you. Before you jump the gun and switch to an insurer whose quirky commercial caught your eye, there are a few ways to ensure you’re making the right decision. Why switch your car insurance? There are a few…

High-Quality Music Streaming: Is It Worth It?

High-Quality Music Streaming: Is It Worth It?

Jun 21, 2019 | News

The majority of people are unlikely to detect the improvement that high-quality music streaming promises. There are too many factors that will influence the listening experience (from technology to internet speed) for the extra cost to be worth it for most listeners. But for audiophiles who truly crave a richer listening experience, and who have…

What to Do If You’re in a Car Accident Without Insurance

What to Do If You’re in a Car Accident Without Insurance

Jun 19, 2019 | News

First things first, it’s against the law to drive without demonstrating financial responsibility for the possibility of an accident. In most states, auto insurance is mandatory proof of that financial responsibility. In the few states that don’t require car insurance (New Hampshire and Virginia), you’ll need to prove that you have sufficient funds and will…

Microsoft and Google Are Winning the Early Battles of the Game Streaming War

Microsoft and Google Are Winning the Early Battles of the Game Streaming War

Jun 14, 2019 | News

This week marked a true beginning to the great video game streaming war. The gaming industry’s premiere E3 conference took place, with sides continuing to declare their cause, new players stepping onto the battlefield, and interesting alliances forming. We’ve witnessed a similar war for dominance in the TV streaming world. In the beginning, consumers had…

Why Does Comcast Have Such a Bad Reputation?

Why Does Comcast Have Such a Bad Reputation?

Jun 07, 2019 | News

A Google search for “Comcast sucks” pulls up a whopping 900,000 results. You’ll find Facebook pages, Twitter accounts, and even a website all touting the angry message. While telecom providers have a pretty unfavorable reputation as a group, the rage against Comcast is unrivaled. In fact, many speculate that Comcast’s 2010 rebrand to Xfinity was…

How to Estimate Your Homeowners Insurance

How to Estimate Your Homeowners Insurance

May 23, 2019 | News

According to the Insurance Information Institute, the average cost for homeowners insurance nationwide is about $1,200. Homeowners in some states, like Oregon, pay an average of just $650 per year. While those who live in areas at higher risk for a natural disaster, like Florida, pay closer to $2,000. In addition to where you live,…

How to Battle Porch Pirates

How to Battle Porch Pirates

May 22, 2019 | News

Online shopping is on the rise, and the resulting sea of package deliveries has tempted thieves coined “porch pirates.” The Department of Commerce reported that online shopping consisted of 10% of all retail sales in the U.S. (Q1 2019). Package delivery is more popular than ever, and so is the resulting property theft – in…

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and the Disappearance of the Disc

Xbox Game Pass Ultimate and the Disappearance of the Disc

May 17, 2019 | News

The gaming world is going all-digital and trying its hand at streaming services. With Microsoft’s recent announcement of an Xbox Game Pass Ultimate (coming later this year) and an Xbox One S All-Digital Edition (available now), all signs point to the gaming industry moving away from physical discs. For $250, the Xbox One S All-Digital…