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Sony Music Unlimited service launches in Japan

07/03, 2:39pm

Japan receives Sony service 19 months after initial launch

Sony Entertainment Network has launched its Music Unlimited service in Japan. Users will be able to access over 10 million songs from the catalogs of Sony Music, EMI, Universal, Warner Music, and other independent labels through the all-you-can-eat music streaming service.

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Sony's dual-core S790 Blu-ray player ships, takes pre-orders

04/22, 12:15pm

Sony BDP-S790 due on May 6

Sony on Sunday said it was on the verge of shipping its most advanced Blu-ray player for the year, the BDP-S790. The networked movie hub is due to reach stores May 6. Pre-orders are starting now for the player, which costs $250.

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Lawsuits claim Apple iTunes, Sony PSN copy vending patent

03/28, 4:15pm

Suit claims iTunes and PSN owe inventor credit

An attempt at two high-profile lawsuits has accused Apple and Sony of violating a patent for online stores. Pretoria, South Africa citizen Ben Grobler has alleged that both the iTunes Store and PlayStation Network (now Sony Entertainment Network) are copying technology for a "Data Vending System" patent granted in the US in 2004. Their systems of selling, storing, and managing copyrighted apps and media was drawing on the technology, Grobler said in a Northern District of California court.

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Sony Music Unlimited coming to iOS within weeks

03/22, 3:50pm

Sony Music Unlimited to escape Android soon

Sony Entertainment Network's COO Shawn Layden in a presentation confirmed that Music Unlimited would expand to iOS in the "next few weeks." With TechRadar attending, he argued that Sony wanted to be on "as many devices" as there might be people interested in the service. He saw no conflict of interest, noting that the PS3, PS Vita, and other devices were using services competing with Sony equivalents like Netflix.

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PSN relabelled Sony Entertainment Network on February 7

02/05, 11:20am

Sony gives PSN new SEN badge in days

Sony has given notice that the unification of its online entertainment services mentioned during its CES keynote would affect the PlayStation Network on February 7. A terms of service change will see the service renamed as part of the Sony Entertainment Network. Actual functionality should stay the same.

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