Why is Sony popular right now?

Sony has named its forthcoming PlayStation 3 motion controller “PlayStation Move.” The controller is Sony’s answer to Nintendo’s Wii Remote and Microsoft’s Project Natal for Xbox 360 (as of March 11 at 01:44 UTC)
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Jun
5
A new game titled Beyond, developed by Quantic Dreams, was announced today at E3. It is for Sony Playstation.
Defined by @b_tronic via What the Trend June 5 at 01:40 UTC
Mar
11
+1 year
Sony has named its forthcoming PlayStation 3 motion controller “PlayStation Move.” The controller is Sony’s answer to Nintendo’s Wii Remote and Microsoft’s Project Natal for Xbox 360
Defined by @sceusebio via web March 11 at 01:44 UTC
Mar
11
+1 year
Sony Playstation's GDC confrence just started.
Defined by @DFlannagan10 via Twitter for iPhone March 11 at 00:15 UTC
Mar
1
+1 year
Sony is working a fix on a major bug affecting the old, non slim PS3 models. Sony has confirmed the bug is in the clock on the PS3, and is affecting offline and online play. PS3 Slim's are fine according to @Sony
Defined by @DFlannagan10 via Twitter for iPhone March 1 at 18:30 UTC
Mar
1
+1 year
Sony is working on fixing a major bug in PlayStation 3s all over the world (March 1). It seems to be affecting both online and offline play.
Defined by Anonymous via web March 1 at 18:26 UTC
Aug
25
+9 months
Sony has officially announced the PS3 Slim. August 25 Sony announced a new electronic book reader with 3G data downloads.
Defined by Anonymous via web August 25 at 17:41 UTC
Aug
19
+9 months
Sony has officially announced the PS3 Slim.
Defined by Anonymous via web August 19 at 08:54 UTC
Jun
1
+6 months
E3 conference goers are talking about Sony, Microsoft, and Nintendo
Defined by Anonymous via web June 1 at 14:36 UTC

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