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Post by Steve Farrelly @ 11:38am 01/04/09 | 4 Comments
Less than a day after the unveiling of OnLive at GDC 2009, Sony filed for a patent called "PS Cloud" with the US Patent Office, outlining it as "entertainment services, namely, providing an online videogame that users may access through the internet".

That's a pretty itchy trigger-finger. I wonder how many people went and parked new domain names as well in the wake of all the OnLive hubbub. The patent also says the service would be made available for handheld devices and home consoles and could also be used for streaming music, ebooks and more. Those OnLive guys definitely did make a splash with their new service.


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Posted 05:18pm 01/4/09
Just remember, according to Online they have been in secret development for 7years. So really song has just reated to a release of something that it may have been working on.

Or they could just be parking patents like any other large multi-national corporation.
Posted 05:20pm 01/4/09
Someone should tell lawyers about capslock....
Posted 09:47pm 01/4/09
Sounds abit sketchy to me....
Posted 10:07pm 01/4/09
I doubt this s*** will get patented. Too vague and there's no OH! factor.
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