and alliances at Sony Electronics in the United States, alluding to the throngs that wait hours and days ahead of Apple gadget launches. Sony's stumbling is happening in a world where companies like Apple and Google are moving at an astonishing speed. "Sony has to change if it's to compete in that race," says Geoff Blaber, an analyst with UK-based technology research firm CCS Insight. "Sony is seeking to deliver content and services across multiple devices and platforms, but product groups ...
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