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Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Sony PS4 sales top 50 million

Sony, maker of the PlayStation family of game consoles, says the PlayStation 4 has "sold through more than 50 million units to consumers worldwide as of December 6." 
That's just a few weeks past the system's third birthday. It was originally released in the US on November 15, 2013. The worldwide sales number includes the original PS4 model, the recently released slim version and the new PlayStation 4 Pro
The new, slimmer version of the PS4.
Photo by Aloysius Low/CNET
"We're truly delighted that the PS4 community continues to flourish since launch three years ago," Andrew House, president and global CEO of Sony Interactive Entertainment, said in a press release. "We will continue to provide the best gaming experiences available ... as we focus on accelerating our business and expanding the PS4 ecosystem."
The company also said it just had "best ever Black Friday week in the history of PlayStation." Some recent consumer interest may be driven by the new PlayStation VR headset, which is the only virtual reality system available for living room game consoles.

Turkish PM: Our forces will not target Aleppo

ANKARA, Turkey – Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has said his country’s campaign in northwestern Syria will not target Aleppo, not long after a Syrian airstrike killed three Turkish soldiers advancing against the ISIS-held city of al-Bab northeast of that key city. 

“We don’t have such a target,” Yildirim told Turkey’s state-run TRT on Friday. “Our aim in this offensive is to eliminate instability which mainly Daesh [ISIS], the PKK-affiliated [Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party] PYD and [Syrian Kurdish People’s Protection Units] YPG have caused.” 

A Syrian aircraft killed three Turkish soldiers in a bomb attack on Thursday, leading Yildirim to threaten retaliation. 

Damascus is opposed Turkey seizing al-Bab given its proximity to Aleppo – where the Syrian regime are bombarding opposition forces in that city’s east, with Russian support – and to the Turkish incursion in Syria in general. 

Turkey and an army of Syrian rebels are currently outside of al-Bab. On Saturday a Turkish soldier was killed in an ISIS attack, a day after another was killed – along with four of the rebels – in clashes with ISIS on Friday. 

Turkish officials have said that after al-Bab they intend to advance on Manbij, west of al-Bab, and force the YPG out of that town.

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