Profit: Philips-Stromsparbirnen jetzt mit Kopierschutz

Purchasers of the Philips Hue 'smart' ambient lighting system are
finding out that the new firmware pushed out by the manufacturer has cut
off access to previously-supported lightbulbs. Philips contends that
this move will help their customers. A statement from the company reads
in part: "While the Philips Hue system is based on open technologies we
are not able to ensure all products from other brands are tested and
fully interoperable with all of our software updates. For guaranteed
compatibility you need to use Philips Hue or certified Friends of Hue
products."
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Deutsch: Anwender von Philips Beleuchtungssystem 'Hue', die bislang da
Kopierschutz gezwungen, nur noch Philips zu kaufen.
Elefantenarsch!
Franczowk

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Franczowk Krszlwofsky schrieb:
Und bald werden sie sich bei Erreichen der Grenznutzungsdauer selbst
Druckerpatronen!
Carsten
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Carsten Thumulla
Am 15.12.2015 um 02:15 schrieb Franczowk Krszlwofsky:
So wie es aussieht gabs da wohl einen Shitstorm und Philips macht

O.J.
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