- Like Sony (SNE) with its PlayStation 4 (PS4) a week earlier, Microsoft (MSFT) sold over 1M Xbox One computer-gaming consoles within 24 hours of the device going on sale on Friday.
- However, Microsoft achieved its record tally in 13 countries, while Sony launched the PS4 in just the U.S. and Canada.
- Piper Jaffray reckons that Sony and Microsoft will each sell 3M consoles globally by the end of the year.
- Meanwhile, the EU will reportedly grant Microsoft unconditional approval of its acquisition of Nokia's (NOK) mobile phone unit in a deal worth $7.3B. The EU has set a deadline of December 4 to decide on the transaction.
Microsoft sells over 1M Xbox One consoles within 24 hours
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