Company News 12 Dec 2006 08:00 pm

Sony Says PS3 Problems Fixed; More Coming to America

by Sean Hackbarth

Sony (SNE) says they’ve fixed the manufacturing problems that caused them to only sell Playstation 3s in November. Sony’s talking head David Karraker said, “We will continue to utilise airfreight delivery for PlayStation 3 to assure a steady stream of systems for North American consumers through the end of the year.” And the company remains “focused on having one million PS3s in the pipeline by December 31, 2006.” Sony stockholders will be keeping their fingers crossed. Take the exploding notebook battery recall, add Blu-Ray’s lag to HD-DVD, and combine it with the PS3 launch debacle and you have a stock not going anywhere.

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