who had left for a rival consumer electronics firm. "It's obvious the days will never again come when we marveled at the quality of sound from a Sony FM radio, or the beauty of the images on a Trinitron TV, or the inspiration of the Walkman," the magazine said. "We shouldn't expect Sony to shine as it once did." Pondering Sony's future again over his dumplings in Tokyo, Airboard creator Maeda is equally as glum. "I don't think Sony can change," he says. Not unless, he adds, "Sony has a ...
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