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Sony has signed up some friends to support its short-range radio protocol, TransferJet, as members of the new TransferJet Consortium, but has stopped short of calling the proprietary protocol a standard. The company has been demonstrating TransferJet for a few months now, pushing video between cameras and TVs as well as …


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  1. Bob


    "Quite why Sony feels it necessary to create its own version is a mystery, though the cynical might suggest that the licensing schemes are the most important factor here."

    Please. It's Sony. They have a raging hardon for creating new proprietary formats. Lucky for us, most of them fail.

  2. Anonymous Coward

    Will history repeat itself?

    I'll be the PS4 supports TransferJet.

  3. Anonymous Coward
    Anonymous Coward

    re: Shocker.

    You mean proprietary formats like CD...

    I think Redmond/WA has put your P45 in the post...

  4. Anonymous Coward

    Many Sony formats don't fail

    They're only remembered for the ones that do though.

    These Sony things didn't fail...

    Compact Disc (sony/philips)

    DVD (jointly with many other vendors)

    MF2 (otherwise known as the 3.5" floppy disk)

    Minidisc (it wasn't a huge consumer success but it was a big broadcast audio success)

    The Aperture Grille CRT (Trinitron, to you and me)

    DVD+R, +RW

    Blu-Ray (well it beat HD-DVD but some might say it just hasn't failed *yet*)

    Betacam (not betamax)


    Transistor Radio


  5. Richard Lea

    Dont forget


    Also about 70% of the TV you watch is filmed on Sony Camera's

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