Federal judge dismisses class-action suit against Sony, 'Other OS' feature remains dormant

Engadget - Last year, a group of disgruntled gamers filed a class-action lawsuit against Sony over its decision to remove the "Install Other OS" feature from its PS3 firmware. Last week, though, their case was dismissed by US District Judge Richard Seeborg, on the grounds that the plaintiffs failed to actually state a claim. In a ruling issued Thursday, Seeborg said he sympathized with the gamers' gripes, but ultimately determined that they had failed to demonstrate any legal entitlement to the feature, thereby neutering their arguments.

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How to preorder Sony's PSVR 2 before scalpers get them all

Sony's preorder routine is slightly different this time around.

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CES 2023 cars recap: BMW i Vision, Afeela, Ram 1500 Revolution and more

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Sony has sold out around 25 million PlayStation 5 consoles

According to a recent statement by Sony, it has sold out around 25 million PlayStation 5 consoles.

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