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Keurig plans to use DRM in upcoming machines to lock out competitor cups

According to recently released documents, upcoming Keurig coffee machines are designed to work only with licensed K-cups, not generic pods. Learn more here.
Gaming

From Titanfall to Infamous: Second Son, A list of all the March game releases

March is going to be a big month for the gaming industry and gaming fans, featuring several big name releases, including two major console exclusive, Titanfall and Infamous: Second Son.
Computing

Samsung reveals 11.6-inch, 13.3-inch Chromebook 2 Series notebooks from $320

In the market for a new notebook but you're light on the green? If your computing needs are light, you might want to take a look at the Chromebook 2 Series, which Samsung just announced. Learn more here,
Mobile

Leaked video allegedly shows the All New HTC One in all of its dual-camera glory

Courtesy of a video leak, we finally get a look at the All New HTC One in action. Unfortunately for the uploader, HTC caught wind of the video and is currently investigating the matter.
Photography

This camera-shaped building lets you relieve yourself, doesn’t pay homage to photography

The world has a lot of crappy buildings, but this one is designed specifically for that. A public restroom shaped like a digital camera has gone up in a Chinese city. What does it have to do with photography? Absolutely nothing.
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DT Daily: Apple CarPlay, Oscars selfie record, Kickstarter’s $1 billion 2:43

Apple launches its new in-car infotainment feature. Ellen DeGeneres sets a Twitter record during the Academy Awards, and Kickstarter celebrates a billion-dollar milestone.
Gaming

Fez set to arrive on PlayStation platforms on March 25

Polytron Corporation confirms a March 25 release for Fez on PlayStation 3, PlayStation 4, and PlayStation Vita, with one purchase getting you all three versions.
Computing

Windows XP and 8.1 desktop OS share rises, while Windows 7’s falls very slightly

Windows 8.1 gets a bit more popular, but so does Windows XP. Meanwhile, despite Windows 7's continued dominance, its share dipped ever so slightly last month. Learn more here.