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Sony is dependent on PlayStation, and that’s why it’s so hopeful for its new VR headset

Staying relevant in consumer tech is hard. Just look at Sony. The Japanese giant has managed to keep itself in the public consciousness for decades, but over that time it’s seen the rise and fall of the Walkman, the death of Vaio laptops, and a continuous dwindling of its Xperia phone segment. In recent years, consistent profits have been hard to come by. Still, it’s held on, thanks in large part to one shining star: PlayStation.
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