Netflix, Amazon, and more unite in action against Set TV

Already in unocero we have spoken to Roku, a device that connects to the tv and allows you to see a large number of channels, even for pay, without having to pay monthly amounts, nothing. In Mexico it is working against Roku and it seems to be that one of the companies quejosas, Televisa, is for the moment winning the legal battle. Samsung could have bought Android and change the history as we know it In the united States, there are, of course, strong competition to be made public to…

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Still prohibited the sale of Roku in Mexico

To the middle of last year, the Court in Civil of the City of Mexico, withdrew its decision to ban the sale of devices Roku in Mexico for violation of copyright and incorrect handling of the data of its users. It was Cablevision, who on June 16, 2017, argued that the device was vulnerable to piracy, which could affect various chains of entertainment and television. Departmental stores suspended the sale of the device, as it was considered that Roku had a lot of accessibility to be able to be hacked.…

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Do you use pirated versions of Spotify? You should reconsider

Spotify, one of the services streaming music more popular, is making a great effort to eradicate piracy. If you are one of those users who use pirated versions of the app to Android, maybe you should reconsider, as it is likely you can’t use the music platform. An example of an application is not official or modified is Dogfood, a variant of open-source code that jumps all the restrictions that have Spotify. According to a report from TorrenFreak, the accounts that use pirated versions of the streaming services are receiving…

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