We live in a world of political borders. You should exist in the border of another government only at their invitation, and that same restriction is catching up on online content. With geo-fencing, producers of content; educational and entertainment are increasingly restricting their content only to be viewed by viewers within certain locations.
If you are using mainstream devices for accessing the internet; such as a computer, tablet, or smartphones. You have a plethora of ways to circumvent these geo-restrictions. However, these days we live in the age of smart home appliances and the Internet of Things.
Take, for instance, the Sony gaming consoles, PS3 and PS4. When you are done gaming, you can use the console to stream content off the internet, and they are proving to be a one-stop-shop for gaming, video, and music streaming.
If you own one of these devices, there is little or no need for purchasing a smartTV other than with the intention of pumping up the resolutions. Plugging the PS3 or PS4 to any HDMI-enabled display gives you a screen for gaming, video and music streaming, social network to connect with …read more