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 Aug 09, 2006 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* "Defining" the PSP

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Rocky Mountain News looks at Sony trying to "define" the PSP and they're still blatantly missing the point.

Koller says Sony is in the process of trying to determine how best to deliver digital content, like music and movies, directly to the PSP. But Sony ? which also operates movie studios and music labels ? has always been hyper-diligent about protecting content from piracy, and that issue remains the chief hang-up.

?A big issue for us has been the (Digital Rights Management) and how we can secure that content to the Memory Stick,? Koller said. ?The studios and the labels don?t want their content floating around.?
Words of wisdom to Sony:

-Customers HATE DRM.
-Customers want to use their device for what they want to use it for.
-When customers don't want to buy games for fear it'll force an "upgrade" that breaks something else on their PSP, you lose.

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