We all knew it was a matter of time before Sony began talk of rolling out its own video on demand service worldwide much like Microsoft's Xbox Live Marketplace. All the pieces are there for the PlayStation 3: large hard drive, built in wireless and ethernet connection, and an online store that can easily be updated. And of course, Sony just so happens to be one of the largest movie and music studios, so a well-rounded relationship between that division and the PS3's digitial distribution capabilities seems like a match made in capitalism heaven.
But it doesn't stop there:
So when do Americans get this stuff? I'd love to replace my TiVo or cable set box with just a PS3. The less cords and electronic devices cluttering my life, the better.
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