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Keurig 2.0 machines to feature RFID-limited K-cups
Speculation: when Brian Kelley, current president and CEO of Keurig coffee, was a little boy, nobody ever read him the fable of the goose that laid the golden eggs, which is why he made it all the way to adulthood without learning that excessive greed is often fatal to cash cows .
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Mon Mar 10, 2014
Accusoft Shows HTML5 Viewer, SDKs and SharePoint 2013 Viewer at CeBIT
The world's largest and most international computer exposition, CeBIT is held annually on the , the world's largest.
The Motley Fool
Here's Why Green Mountain Has to Ban Unlicensed K-Cups
Green Mountain is accused of employing digital-rights management, or DRM, an unpopular anti-piracy measure usually found in digital media products.
MacXDVD Suggests Copying DVD Disney Movie Thor 2: The Dark World on Mac
Thor 2: The Dark World tops its domestic box office at the first release weekend and gains up to 86 million dollars from the States.
Walt at Random
A deadline and an apology of sorts
If you haven't yet purchased a copy of The Big Deal and the Damage Done -either the $16.50 paperback , t he $9.99 PDF ebook or the $40 campus/site/consortium-"licensed" ebook , you should do so soon.
The Financial Mirror
Eutelsat Shows - smart LNB' in Action ...
Eutelsat Shows 'smart LNB' in Action at Cabsat Dubai with Delivery of Encrypted Video Content to Mobile Devices in the Home Eutelsat Communications is unveiling more of the unique features of its "smart LNB" to the broadcast community at this year's CabSat Dubai.
Sun Mar 09, 2014
In North America, cable set-top CAS is provided by CableCards as mandated by the FCC.
Nexus Network Journal 14,3
Springer eBooks may be purchased by end-customers only and are sold without copy protection .
Fri Mar 07, 2014
Apparently This Matters: Keurig 2.0
Editor's note: Each week in "Apparently This Matters," CNN's Jarrett Bellini applies his warped sensibilities to trending topics in social media and random items of interest on the Web.
Randomized Radon Transforms for Biometric Authentication via Fingerprint Hashing
In Proceedings of the 2007 ACM Workshop on Digital Rights Management , pp. 90-94, doi:10.1145/1314276.1314293 To insert individual citation into a bibliography in a word-processor, select your preferred citation style below and drag-and-drop it into the document.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Finding an alternative to iTunes: Amazon MP3
As of February 2013, more than 25bn songs had been downloaded from the iTunes store, averaging over 15,000 songs per minute.
Coffee With DRM Protection? Keurig Competitor Screams Antitrust
Keurig, a subdivision of Green Mountain Coffee, makes single-cup pod-style coffee makers.
'Why DRM'ed Coffee-Pods May be Just the Awful Stupidity We Need'
Why DRM'ed coffee-pods may be just the awful stupidity weneed, by Cory Doctorow : I've been thinking about the news that Keurig has added "DRM" to its pod coffee-makers since the story first started doing the rounds a couple of days ago.
The Arabidopsis nucleosome remodeler DDM1 allows DNA...
Nucleosome remodelers of the DDM1/Lsh family are required for DNA methylation of transposable elements, but the reason for this is unknown.
HoGo Eliminates Need for Additional Software to View Protected PDF Files, Adds Google Drive Support
HoGo has added new features to its fast-growing online digital rights management service that make it the most convenient and secure way to protect and share PDF files.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Researchers Submit Patent Application, 'Methods and Systems for...
More particularly, the methods and systems described herein relate to distributing cryptographic data to authenticated recipients.
OnLive Returns With New Cloud-Gaming Service
OnLive CloudLift will link a player's game library with OnLive so that games are accessible while on the go.
The Pordland Mercury
The Coffee Pod People Are Getting Creepier
Keurig, those coffee-pod people, have somehow created a market full of people who are willing to pay $60 for a pound of coffee.
Security tools for Industry 4.0
To protect the applications of Industry 4.0 -- such as Fraunhofer IGD's visual computing solutions -- Fraunhofer SIT engineered security solutions that safeguard both people and equipment.
Channel 4 CTO Bob Harris leaves to set up consultancy firm
Channel 4 chief technology officer Bob Harris is leaving the broadcaster at the end of March to set up his own consultancy business.