It was the popular choice to use because of this reason and apparently in the US it hasn't been targeted for any issues. However, overseas Kodi was reported to have been pressured into halting their program because it was being altered. Primarily to sell what was once called hot boxes back in the day. Where users could buy cheap hardware that could hook up to any flat screen and allow them to access movies and live TV.
But for now I would assume there will be a pretty long pause button on this market. Which sadly is a buy at your own risk kind of thing with only the Nvidia Shield being the most legit form hardware to use in this niche. Many reviewers have even come out and explained how most of the cheaper alternative may come with outdated software. So the risks run pretty steep in terms of getting the most bang for your buck. However, we can also see why people would turn to alternative means to avoid another bill lurking over their head.
Yet, the logic for big companies looking to dwindle jobs still seems to be
“Pay your bills even though you hardly have the money to do it.”
Written by Antonio Westley
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