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Sonyfication, Revisited

Roughly seven months ago, I posted about what I called Sonyfication, a term I created to describe the acts of a company that promises and delivers features, then, out of nothing more than pure greed, removes them. The namesake of this term was, of course, Sony’s removal of the OtherOS feature of the PlayStation 3…. Read more »


Sonyfication [SO-nee-fi-key-shuhn]: (noun) 1. Referring to Sony’s practice of removing features previously used as major selling points of their products. 2. The action of becoming like Sony in this respect. Yeah, I know I’m late to write something up about this whole Sony thing, although up until now it never really concerned me. That said,… Read more »