Next up: Twitch"people want convenience. So how can they want something more convenient instead of something convoluted and complicated? I just don't get it"
-- CEO of a company that's about to lose all of its customer base.
I'd hate to see the YouTube monopoly growing even bigger though.Yeah right. Not even Twitch is stupid enough to do that.
My guess? They leaked the proposal on purpose, so they can then implement something else, and go "w-we listened to our userbase! and we're vewwy sowwy! we won't do that horrible, horrible thing, so we'll do this instead" as if that wasn't their main idea all along.
If they are stupid enough... Well, I guess we'll find out if YouTube is ready for the large influx of streamers.
True, but as it stands, Twitch is still the absolute monarch of livestreaming. If YouTube takes a piece of that pie, I wouldn't mind. Most of the biggest streamers on Twitch already have a YouTube channel anyway, so it's not as if the exodus will bring that much new viewers.I'd hate to see the YouTube monopoly growing even bigger though.
Oh for sure.I wonder if has anything to do with Musk being under investigation about his purchase...
The SEC is investigating Elon Musk over his late disclosure that he had purchased Twitter stock, a report saysElon Musk potentially saved $143 million by filing a late disclosure, an accounting professor told The Wall Street Journal.www.businessinsider.com
I'd be surprised if it did continue.Anyone surprised?
He's in trouble either way, he definitely caused damage to Twitter, no chance we don't see a lawsuit happening.I'd be surprised if it did continue.
My guess, he got pissed at some perceived slight, bought the company to fix it, only to then realized that his problem was not that big of a problem as he thought it was.
And I'm guessing he thought bots were the issue.
Samsung getting caught being scummy? I would almost never believe it!Didn't plan on buying a Samsung TV ever anyway.
Firefox is still must install for Android since you can actually install uBlock Origin addon to it.
It might also be based on Chromium numbers, instead of pure Chrome... Chromium is used in tons of browsers, including Opera and Edge. That surely ramps up the numbers pretty heftily.