Automatic Link The Link is an auto accessory that talks to your car's onboard computer. I just learned about this yesterday. Cool or to Big Brother for you?
This is the Automatic Link The Link is an auto accessory that talks to your car’s onboard computer and uses your smartphone’s GPS and data plan to upgrade your car’s capabilities. Every Link works with both iPhone and Android. Automatic works only in the United States with just about any gasoline engine car sold in the U.S. since 1996. Is my car supported?
The ballparks are the first two of more than 20 that will use Apple’s iBeacon technology by opening day of the 2014 season.
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DARPA had created an online database of open-source software, publications, and other data, from public DARPA-funded projects.
This may not seen like a big deal but there are tons of libraries that loan ebooks with Adobe's current DRM scheme. It's a hassle to get set up in the first place.
So are all those books going to cease working? Are libraries going to need to re-encode? Stupid DRM.