The global semiconductor shortage is threatening to constrain PlayStation 5 supplies throughout the rest of this year, even as Sonys gaming chief insisted the company would be able to produce “decent numbers” of its new console in the second half of 2021. The PS5 is one of the most sought after tech products of recent months, with shipments selling out as soon as they reached stores when the console was launched in November last year. Coronavirus lockdowns have only added to gamers demand for...

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