Sony Is Making Money Again

And thank the PS3 in part for that!

According to Sony's latest financial statement, the company's earnings were powered by the sales of computers, televisions and the PlayStation 3.


Overall revenue inched up 3.8 percent, and the company posted a ¥25.7 billion (US$295 million) net profit.

Sony's Networked Products and Services (think PCs and PlayStations) recorded a 32.4 percent year-on-year increase.

During the quarter, 2.4 million PS3s were sold. There were 1.2 million PSPs and 1.6 PS2s sold in that same period.

There were 24.8 million PS3 games sold in that same period. There were 9.2 million PSP games and 3.4 million PS2 games sold.


Earlier this week, reports surfaced that Sony was back in the black.

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