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The PlayStation Vita, Sony's latest entry in the handheld gaming space, is available for general release in the US today. Retail outlets that had any unclaimed units available for sale were swarmed and sold out quickly in my area, so if you didn't pre-order, chances are that you're out of luck for now.
I don't have a PS Vita (yet) but there are already plenty of reviews that detail the high points and the low points of the Vita as a gaming device. But nearly every early review that I have read so far asks the question of why Sony made another portable game system. Is the Vita is a device that consumers will even want?
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Sony released new firmware for the PlayStation 3 today. System Update version 4.10 (not yet mentioned on the update website as of this writing) claims browser improvements as its biggest feature, so I decided to give the browser a test run after I installed the new firmware (in order to be able to log on to the PlayStation Network).
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Sony continues to lose money in it's entertainment division on sales of the PlayStation 3.And Nintendo continues to turn a profit on sales of the Wii.Then why are investors driving Nintendo's stock down and Sony's stock up?It's because they don't like thedirectionthat they're seeing Nintendo heading.Year-over-year profits at Nintendo are down almost 50% for the first half of 2009. Wii sales continue to slow, and even a recent $50 price cut hasn't seemed to spur additional sales of the console, worrisome news as we head into the holiday season when most sales are made.
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