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2008-04-24 01:39 PM
rogerchoi Now that Rogers is putting caps, I won't be downloading games demos for PS3, let alone full-length movies!
I know there's an option to switch to other companies.. but I'm holding out to see if Robbers and Bell's cap will affect any of the smaller companies' policy...
2008-04-24 11:45 AM
hugh This thread is about Sony reportedly negotiating PS3 video distribution. Next post about conspiracy theories and unrelated topics will be deleted.

2008-04-24 11:36 AM
granduncle Somebody let Michael Bay know (if he is sober) that Sony is in bed with Microsoft to kill optical hidef and embrace downloads...
"Microsoft wants both formats to fail so they can be heroes and make the world move to digital downloads."
I think Stringer was the first to announce this in December last year...
2008-04-22 02:35 PM
Sony reportedly negotiating PS3 video distribution

Sony Corp. is reportedly negotiating licensing deals with studios to distribute videos online through a long-promised service for the PlayStation 3.

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