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A new look for KODI?

A long, long time ago when Kodi was still called XBMC, a new skin came into life. It was on 21 November 2009 that the switch was made from PM3.HD to Confluence. Over the years it has fulfilled it’s purpose as the default skin which every one sees on a fresh Kodi installation and many likely never switched to one of the other skins available. During this period the Confluence (skin) received several minor tweaks and updates and only one big change when we switched from a vertical to horizontal main menu. Today will mark a new milestone in the history of the project as we announce our two new default skins. Yes you read it correct, two new skins. The...

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A New Caribbean IPTV Service? Caribreeze! Is it worth it?

Lately fans of IPTV have been patiently waiting for the a good, reliable IPTV Alternative. To popular services such as IPTV Stalker, Mobdro, Kodi cCloud and others which has been around for a while. Recently a new start up named Caribreeze IPTV has been heating up the scene.  Caribreeze is a Pay-as-You-Go Service with Basic, Plus, Sport and Movies Packages. Tailor your CariBreeze subscription to suit your needs. Start with our CariBreeze Basic package and add on as many additional packages as you like. Want more flexibility? Choose a 1-day pass, 7-day pass, or pay your subscription monthly or yearly. With pay-as-you-go flexibility, you are in full control of your viewing experience We are yet to know the subscription pricing of this IPTV service, but...

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Flow to block out pirates?

"SOME BARBADIANS had a torrid time media streaming this past week. Others are likely to experience similar frustration in the coming days. They all are watching programming illegally on North American television channels. Cable & Wireless (Barbados) Limited has blocked the content not legally available in this country. “We wish to reiterate that C&W does not monitor what a customer accesses on the Internet, nor do we know what they are watching,” the telecommunications company said in a statement yesterday. “We are simply preventing unauthorised content from entering the region on our networks.” C&W, which operates as Flow Barbados, said it supported, where appropriate and legal, open access to Internet-based Over-The-Top (OTT) applications – basically online television service providers who bypass traditional distributors." Source: NationNews.com...

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