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SEPT. 16, 2007 • The Financial Times reported that Sony was in negotiations talks to sell its advanced semiconductor fabrication facilities to Toshiba, including the production lines for the Cell microprocessor that powers the PlayStation 3. The cost of such an acquisition was estimated at ¥100 billion ($866 million). So…..
AUG. 23, 2007 • Sony says it has developed a prototype battery that runs on sugar. The bio battery is environmentally friendly and can generate enough current to power a music player plus its speakers. In addition, the casing of the battery is constructed from a vegetable-based plastic. The unit is 1.5 inches square, and generates electricity as the end product of a process where enzymes break down a sugar solution added to the battery. Sony said test units output 50 milliwatts of …..
JULY 25, 2007 • In the console hardware battle one of the key distinguishing features is software that is exclusive to a particular platform. Therefore, DFC intelligence is taking a close look at the software develop- ment efforts of Sony, Microsoft and Ninten- do. This month we thought we would focus o…..
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