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Could an open Sony beat Apple?

The CEO of Sony thinks the company could have beaten Apple with open technology. How about creating a better user experience?

By May 11, 2009

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Sony's Patapon 2 unleashes its rhythm magic download-only: Will game boxes disappear?

Today Sony releases a brand-new game for the PSP, and there will be no UMD in sight.

By May 5, 2009

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Fully Equipped: Why Sony should add Netflix to the PS3 now

Sony may be busy promoting its PlayStation Network service and all that it offers, but the feature a lot of PS3 owners are looking for is support for Netflix video streaming.

By March 26, 2009

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Why Sony should add Netflix to the PS3 now

Sony may be busy promoting its PlayStation Network service and all that it offers, but the feature a lot of PS3 owners are looking for is support for Netflix video streaming.

By March 26, 2009

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Buzz Out Loud 831: Marginalized whackjob fringe

Tom couldn't decide whether to go with the "marginalized whackjob" wall paint, or just get a marginalized whackjob fringe. Vote? In other news of the day, the McCain campaign discovers that the DMCA can be ANNOYING!

By October 15, 2008

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The 404 161: Where we shock the monkey

On the show today: Justin calls in from bed, the Spanish Olympic basketball team is a bunch of racists, some chicks are using wide contact lenses to achieve "Anime eyes," fake porn inspectors, and putting Lojack in your PS3.

By August 12, 2008

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PS3 2.40 firmware update pulled after bricking consoles

The much-vaunted 2.40 update to the PS3's firmware has gone badly wrong, with multiple reports of the download crashing PS3s -- Sony has stopped distributing it

By July 3, 2008

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Buzz Out Loud 755: Issues of men and womthem

Thorny gender issues arise on Facebook, Bill Gates takes his leave, Sony announces movie downloads without any movies but their own, and anyone in North Carolina who's offended by their own, inadvertently rude "WTF" license plate can get it replaced at no

By June 27, 2008

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The greatest defunct Web sites and dotcom disasters

'Live fast, die young' could've been the Web's motto when the dotcom bubble burst around 2000. We take a look back at the period's monumental collapses and now-defunct successes

By June 5, 2008