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 Jan 21, 2005 - 11:00 AM - by Michael
* Sony: "We screwed up."

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News.com.au has another side of the recent Sony admissions: they fessed up that their stance on MP3 players was wrong.

Basically, proprietary tech - as opposed to open standards - suck.

Ken Kutaragi, president of Sony Computer Entertainment, said he and other Sony employees had been frustrated for years with management's reluctance to introduce products like Apple's iPod, mainly because the Sony had music and movie units that were worried about content rights.
Mr. Kutaragi, here's a hint:

If your product doesn't sell, content rights don't mean jack.
 

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