When Andrew House - CEO of Sony Computer Entertainment - took to the stage last night to help announce the PS4's arrival he made the sort of tongue slip that could have caused share prices to 'fluctuate wildly', as he appeared to have taken restructured Sony itself.
House explained (as you can see from the video below) that "The stakes are high for what we're going to show you..." and then came the weird wording:
"Today marks a moment of truth and a bold step forward for PlayStation as a company, as creators and innovators and as industry leaders..."
Hold on: PlayStation isn't a company. With no Sony top man, Kaz Hirai, in attendance this looked to be a major gaff. Until House caught up to himself and began talking "Sony" again. Nevertheless, it was a strange slip of the tongue at such as huge "moment of truth".
Except Playstation *IS* a company. It's called Sony Computer Entertainment, Inc., a wholly owned subsidiary of Sony. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sony_Computer_Entertainment Perhaps you should do some, I don't know, some RESEARCH before writing an article? Maybe?