Global consumer electronics producer Sony Corp. announced that it is working to add native MP3 support to its portable music players in a bid to compete more effectively rivals such as Apple Computer, CNET News reports.
Sony said it will start by including Flash memory-based players, but plans are still being finalized on how and when products will add MP3 support. Sony has already introduced a similar strategy in Europe, representatives from Sony USA said, and is making similar plans for the U.S. market. (CNET News)
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