[clug] Alternatives to MythTV etc.
a.janke at gmail.com
Sun Mar 1 17:29:55 MST 2015
On 2 March 2015 at 10:19, Mike Carden <mike.carden at gmail.com> wrote:
> Has anyone noticed the significant differences in available content if you
> contrast these inbuilt apps with YouTube or iView running in a browser?
> I assume that in my case my LG TV is funneling all the traffic through South
> Korean servers and doing some sort of filtering. I get one view of content
> (not much content) from the apps, another view of the same site via the
> TV's web browser (usually a bit more content) and lots more content if I
> use a browser running on an odroid connected to the TV.
I thought it'd be more to do with Big Google customising what you see
on your PeeCee, you don't login to gmail on your TV (Well I don't) so
it doesn't seem to play clever cookie games to customise content to
I deduce this as my Sony Bravia Youtube thing doesn't seem to suggest
bogged excavator, truck and big honking tow truck recovery clips to
me with anywhere near the frequency that my PeeCee does. I can explain
the latter, I think I can explain the former.
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