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Akamai’s biometric study confirms it: We really, really hate crappy video streaming

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Buffering… Buffering… Aaaaad… Fist. Through. Laptop. Screen. Yes, we all know the feeling of trying to binge on some premium Netflix or Hulu eye food, but when a slow video stream results in a frozen screen or poor image quality, the euphoria disappears — and fast. 

Because nothing means anything nowadays without hard data to back it up, cloud delivery platform Akamai decided to conduct a study into exactly what happens to our feels when the streaming starts to go bad. 

Akamai teamed up with Sensum to measure more than 1,000 people’s responses to low quality video streams. Shock! They hated the sucky video streams.  Read more…

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