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Mistake # 1 Screw consumers and take other OS away
Mistake # 2 THIS
These guys will have sony exec heads on a plater how is this even legal. It is after all our hardware soon we will be leasing our stuff from corps.=(
Sony you failed ok admit it you should have used the correct method of getting your random number.
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No, everyone has cookie cutter rooms, Sony owns this house. Sony unlocks our doors for us, they aren't our keys to be giving out.
"random keys" aren't considered IP.

However, this is sopping wet with desperation by Sony. I guess when all else fails; sue.
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:-/
That was sad, especially considering your avatar and the fact you actually browse OCN.

Micro Console gave you 720p? Wait 1080p and 1080i?
Sorry, that's false. You don't get anywhere near 720p with OnLive. Maybe in resolution for your screen, but that means nothing when you have compressed bitrate that's worse than a 240p Youtube video.
It's like trying to say that just because you have a movie, that you ripped from a Bluray at 1080p resolution and converted it to fit on a CD thats formatted 16:9 so it fills your 50 inch 1080p TV screen, is actually 1080p.

Call me or anyone else an Onlive hater - it's merely fact, not opinion.
hahaha your like me
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Sony: I see that you are superior to us in some way.
Hackers: Well kinda.
Sony: We will descend you with restraints. We know how to gang up against our superiors.
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I literally choked on my lol right now...

WOW! Butthurt much. Sony i'm disappoint.
that's a good one.

can't remove something from the internet... they should know that. way too many people know about it now
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Everyone who posts "lol at sony", "sony fail", and any other forms of that are simply pathetic. Let me use an example from another thread related to this topic.

Someone finds a copy of the key to your house, and openly distribute copies freely to the public. The guy says it is for a good cause, very well knowing someone with that key will rob you blind. So, you get legal help to slow it down until you have time to change the locks... YEAH REAL BIG FAIL THERE LOL!!1one!


this

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Sounds like jail...
Yes.. you're exactly right, if you think about it.
they LOCK things, like support for open source stuff that everyone loves
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Whatever Sony does is whatever Sony does. I wouldn't want to be Sony and magically all of a sudden people figure stuff out and my games are free.
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Everyone who posts "lol at sony", "sony fail", and any other forms of that are simply pathetic. Let me use an example from another thread related to this topic.

Someone finds a copy of the key to your house, and openly distribute copies freely to the public. The guy says it is for a good cause, very well knowing someone with that key will rob you blind. So, you get legal help to slow it down until you have time to change the locks... YEAH REAL BIG FAIL THERE LOL!!1one!
well said man
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They can huff and puff and storm around but the cat is out of the bag.
^This, and the cost to sue is NOT cheap if you fail!

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Everyone who posts "lol at sony", "sony fail", and any other forms of that are simply pathetic. Let me use an example from another thread related to this topic.

Someone finds a copy of the key to your house, and openly distribute copies freely to the public. The guy says it is for a good cause, very well knowing someone with that key will rob you blind. So, you get legal help to slow it down until you have time to change the locks... YEAH REAL BIG FAIL THERE LOL!!1one!
Oh, how about after Sony took away our furniture (Linux) and our TV and Bed (PS2 Compatibility).
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