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Old 06-04-2009, 12:16 PM   #12
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Pour l'ePub, j'ai retrouvé l'article : http://www.teleread.org/2009/04/27/e...ony-in-states/

Et pour Sony, c'est une migration qui semble assez général, Howard Stringer pensait ainsi, dans une interview, que si ils avaient fait le choix de technologies ouvertes, ils auraient pu vaincre Apple :

http://techon.nikkeibp.co.jp/article...090427/169423/

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Sony hasn't taken open technology very seriously in the past. Its CONNECT music download service was a failure. It was based on OpenMG, a proprietary digital rights management (DRM) technology. At the time, we thought we would make more money that way than with open technology, because we could manage the customers and their downloads.

This approach, however, created a problem: customers couldn't download music from any Websites except those that contracted with Sony. If we had gone with open technology from the start, I think we probably would have beaten Apple Inc of the US.
Le truc un peu comique, c'est que Sony vient d'imposer le Blu-ray Enfin, dans la même interview, il parle du DRM du PlayStation Network :

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The DRM is based on Marlin, an open scheme developed by consumer electronics companies and other companies.
Après, je sais pas non plus comme ça se passe, c'est vraiment pas un domaine que je connais bien, et je peux avoir mal compris l'anglais
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