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The Future Doesn’t Last

A controversy around old Sonos devices is a reminder that software updates can be a death sentence

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Software is both a lock and key. It can bring us to the future and keep us from it.

This week, Sonos said it would end support for certain “legacy products” that launched between 2006 and 2015. These devices, which include smart…




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