I'm giving up on deciding how I want to watch my TV shows. I want them to tell me how I'm going to watch them. Apparently it's the only way to go about doing this without angering some corporate d-bag.
[citation][nom]darkknight22[/nom]I'm giving up on deciding how I want to watch my TV shows. I want them to tell me how I'm going to watch them. Apparently it's the only way to go about doing this without angering some corporate d-bag.[/citation]
Yeah, I mean it's not like most modern televisions have some sort of digital media port on them that is electrically compatible with virtually every modern desktop GPU on the market.
I just pirate the shows I want to watch. It takes ages for new seasons to reach where I live and Hulu is blocking hotspot shield.
So screw them! I can support the shows I like by buying DVD sets, I don't have to tolerate the bullshit that the TV stations and Hulu try to pull on me.
If I understood the article correctly Kylo is a new web browser that does not display a lot of typical browser items on a tv screen so users can watch a video in what is a something like full screen mode. Hulu and/or content does not like that. Did I at least get that part right? I read the article three times and it confused the heck out of me.
While all the politicians think about how to protect the Internet, how about a law against blocking content to one device or another? It should be ILLEGAL to block content to the browser of one company and not to another one... this is outrageous.
Still one can make the font bigger and use any browser they want on their TV