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Published in : 2016-10-14 | by Original Gaming Nation
If you purchased a Fat PS3 in the United States between November 1, 2006, and April 1, 2010, from an authorized retailer for family, personal, and/or household use, you are a Class Member and...
Published in : 2017-12-19 | by The Ethical Pixel
Sony PS3 Fat Class Action #Update | Settlement A revised settlement agreement worth $3.75 million has been reached in the litigation over the loss of “Other OS” functionality in Sony's...
Published in : 2016-10-17 | by Wochit News
Who remembers when Sony removed support for running Linux on the original Fat PS3? It seems like a very long time ago and it turns out it is looking back through articles here on Geek.com....
Published in : 2016-10-15 | by Give It Thought
Welcome back for another gaming news update. Today, we take a look at Sony and a recent class action lawsuit that could net you some money. I talk about Sony's recent failures as a company...
Published in : 2010-04-01 | by CavemanCavener
If you have a "Fat PS3", you are required to accept and download this update that removes the "Other OS" feature if you want to continue Gaming Online. This is BS.
Published in : 2016-06-22 | by GameSpot
Six years later, Sony settles a class-action lawsuit related to the PlayStation 3 and the ability to install Linux and other operating systems onto the PS3. Subscribe to us on YouTube Gaming!...
Published in : 2016-10-01 | by JAY BARI
PS3 OTHER OS Class Action Lawsuit has been Resolved. Go and Claim your money Fill out the Form here: http://www.otherossettlement.com/
Published in : 2010-04-07 | by jetula
Updated... May 2013 They just keep shafting us. With the newest update Netflix USA has been blocked and were stuck with the Canadian version.. I have read many post regarding a fix but nothing...
Published in : 2010-04-01 | by JDonahue79
First, my apologies about my video I have uploaded earlier to those who care about Linux and gaming. Also, a potential legal trouble for Sony?...
Published in : 2011-02-08 | by Jeff Crouch
I've enjoyed the PS1 and PS2, and the good libraries for both. There is no library that will ever entice me to get either a PS3 or a PSP. None at all. Not with mine, or anyone else's, money....