Adobe expands reach of Primetime DRM to HTML5; TiVo announces monster 24 TB DVR

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> Adobe has expanded the reach of the digital rights component of its Primetime online video delivery platform, with the tool now supporting HTML5-based browsers including Mozilla Firefox. Adobe is also claiming to be the first vendor to work with chipmakers Broadcom, Intel and AMD to enable hardware-based DRM for 4K content. Press release

> TiVo has introduced a new DVR with 24 terabytes of capacity. The TiVo Mega can record up to 4,000 hours of HD programming. Story

> CenturyLink is looking to acquire RackSpace in an effort to bolster its cloud service capabilities, Bloomberg reports. Story

> Hughes Network Systems says it's the first satellite-based broadband service to reach 1 million subscribers in North America. Story

> Gainspeed has appointed veteran technology executive Krishnan Padmanabhan CEO. Story

> NBC's live-stream of Thursday's NFL season-opener featuring the Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers generated around 508,000 unique streams. Story

> The Big East Conference is launching a digital video channel within the Fox Sports living streaming app. Story

And finally... Israeli video startup Vidmind will use the upcoming International Broadcasting Conference in Amsterdam to unveil a new set-top that combines over-the-air broadcast TV with streaming video services. Story

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