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PS3 Waters Heating Up For Sony

When Sony announced — at the eleventh hour — that it would be disabling the popular "Other OS" feature of its PlayStation 3 console, the reception was anything but positive. Now the outrage has moved from the digital picket line into the courtroom. more>>

PS3 To Drop Other Operating Systems

Users will put Linux, or try to, on anything: toasters, toilets, even dead badgers. One popular non-PC locale for Linux deployment is on video game consoles, like Sony's PlayStation 3 — which will become a much less popular place later this week, when Sony is scheduled to slam the door. more>>

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