This home video game could not reel in gamers who were already hyped by the next-gen Sony and Nintendo consoles.
Released in 1999, this digital video recorder was beat out by other competing DVRs.
The service started in 1999, allowing people to shares their MP3 files. It failed after shifting to a subscription-based model.
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