In the most obvious story since the invention of the word obvious, Sony announced today that their operating profits have fell a shareholder-jumping 68% for the financial year. But, we all knew that would happen. Sony already said they'd take a loss with each PlayStation 3 sold and hell, when you take a chance and release the most expensive and technically advanced machine on the market, it's gonna happen. Sony had this to say about the sour low profits:
"It was not an ideal launch. Our focus is to strengthen our software lineup this year," said Sony senior VP Takao Yuhara at a press conference in Tokyo.Focus on software? Yeah, that's pretty much a little Captain Obvious post right there. You rock Takao Yuhara!
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