Microsoft's Xbox DRM reversal not the first
Microsoft on Wednesday announced a big change: its upcoming Xbox One console wouldn't need to check in online every day in order to function, nor would the company be restricting how users could sell and trade games to other people.
All this came after considerable backlash, not just from users, but from the press and its rivals, who knocked the company for restricting things too tightly.
This isn't the first change of heart for a technology company, let alone Microsoft. Read on for 12 others.
June 19, 2013 5:40 PM PDT
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