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June 16, 2004
The Sony-fication of Apple?
Jupiter Research analyst David Card points to a Wall Street Journal article that isn't freely available online that has some interesting statements from Steve Jobs (Jobs Changes Tune?):
The Journal says Apple's - or is it Pixar? - Steve Jobs is advising holding off on HD DVDs until they're secure [apparently DRM].
This is actually sort of interesting. Could this be the beginning of some tension between Jobs as consumer electronics/PC person and Jobs as content person? Will this mean the Sony-fication of Apple?
JD Lasica has much more: Has Jobs gone Hollywood?.
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