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But where would you go that’s any better on the content fight front? Maybe Apple? . . . Tivo? Maybe a video game console, but they are all even more limited as content goes.
I mean right now Google themselves are in a fight with Peacock, Amazon has lost and restored both HBO and Peacock at least once each, it’s all a mess and isn’t likely to get better.
Eh, the same was true of the EU only a few years ago. Both parties kind of hate big tech right now, the next year or two could see a big shift.
Your smart TV is now exactly the same as it was.
I don’t get how emotional people get about their relationship with . . . companies. The company can’t be mad at you, or love you back.
As noted in this article, the deal doesn’t expire until December 9th, and even then, it will only effect new devices. Odds are good your TV will not become useless, it will not change at all.
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Stadia’s been out almost two years now. That’s not decades, but no, this is not a sign things are going anything resembling well.
This isn’t just selling at a loss. This is like when the Dreamcast was dying and the price got cut and they were offering several free games while no new ones were coming out.