Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th Sep 2010 21:52 UTC
Games I've often harped on Apple for its policy regarding jailbreaking, but of course, Apple isn't the only company engaging in such practices. We already talked about Motorola, and now, we have Sony - already a company with a checkered past when it comes to consumer rights. As it turns out, Sony don't want you jailbreaking your their Playstation 3.
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RE[2]: hypocrisy
by SteveNordquist on Thu 9th Sep 2010 05:26 UTC in reply to "RE: hypocrisy"
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Really, you do expect it to play PS3 (PS2, PSX) games and at least some BD, I should think? Within that there are some reciprocal expectations.

Intel CPUs don't come with the Intel Math Libraries.

You don't get to remix games without actually licensing the IP (AI engine, pathfinding, tessellation, 3d sound, character art...) involved or guessing really well that it's gray or otherwise deprecated from honest markets.

Food Replicators will either clear this up or set up the new foodies for nine kinds of food poisoning (three from the garde-chef.) Both?

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