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Meerkat & Periscope Let People Pirate The Pacquiao-Mayweather Fight: Twitter’s CEO Doesn’t Care

I had no interest in watching the Pacquiao-Mayweather fight last night. That changed after I browsed Twitter coincidentally during the middle of it. There, I saw a tweet where someone was livestreaming the fight through. Curious, I checked it out.In short order, I was watching the fight for free, on my smartphone, through Meerkat. The quality wasn’t great. It was someone simply filming their widescreen TV with the phone held vertically. But I could watch the fight without paying the $100 pay per view fee. So where 1,500 other people that Meerkat said were watching the stream with me — $150,000 not going HBO and Showtime, which had exclusive rights to broadcast the even.When the quality got worse, I had plenty of other choices. The Meerkat home page listed lots of alternatives. So did the rival service that Twitter owns, Periscope:I’ve omitted account names above, because my goal with this article isn’t try and get anyone in particular in trouble.I found Periscope to be the better of t…

How To Submit an Android App To The Amazon App Store

Are you looking to increase the reach of your Android app? Looking for an alternate app store to submit it? The majority of app developers publish their apps on the Google Play Store but disregard many alternative stores that are popular. The Amazon App Store is another popular app store for publishing your free or paid […]How To Submit an Android App To The Amazon App Store is a post from ShoutMeLoud - Shouters Who Inspires

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