The thing about coffee machines like Nespresso or Keurig is that they “force” you to use capsules made by them. This isn’t a big deal if you love the taste of their capsules, but there are some coffee drinkers out there who might prefer having more options or cheaper options. Keurig attempted to lock in their customers by enforcing a DRM in their machines which basically did not allow other capsules to be used with the machine.
Naturally this did not sit well with customers and third-party coffee pod makers who essentially just lost out on a whole lot of business, but thankfully according to recent reports, it seems that the DRM Keurig implemented has since been “defeated”. This was announced by Mother Parker’s Tea & Coffee who revealed that that their RealCup capsules are fully compatible with the Keurig 2.0 machine. Read full post →The Keurig 2.0′s DRM Has Reportedly Been “Defeated”
A few days ago we reported that Verizon had a new Motorola smartphone that was on the cusp of being launched. Dubbed the Motorola Luge, it was essentially a rebranded Droid RAZR M and we have to wonder why Motorola and Verizon would even bother with such an old device, but for those looking for a smartphone that doesn’t break the bank, Verizon has officially announced the Motorola Luge.
The handset will cost Verizon customers $200 off-contract, meaning that the phone can be yours for that sum of money and you will not be tied to a new contract with Verizon. However given that the Droid RAZR M was launched two years ago, its specs are out of date but we guess if you just want a backup phone, perhaps it could be the phone for you (although we think there are better phones that can be had for the money). Read full post →Motorola Luge Now Available From Verizon For $200