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Sony Cloudifies Games And TV In Its Own Bid For The Living Room

In many ways, Sony is more of a lifestyle brand than a tech brand. It creates products that allow people to have fun—from its flagship PlayStation 4 to televisions and audio gear to cameras and mobile devices. Yet it's never managed to forge its diverse product lineup into an ecosystem that draws people in and keeps them there—the way, say, Apple has done. So Sony is turning to the cloud in hopes of making the PlayStation the core of its entertainment universe.
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