So Sony sells well in their home country of Japan, and that means they're dominating? Interesting logic. Considering the iPhone is the best selling smartphone in Japan, with 1.7 million units sold in the last year, I think they have some catching up to do.
From Engadget:CE-Oh-no-he-didn't!: Sony's Sir Howard says 'when you beat Apple, you're dominating':
Sony CEO Sir Howard Stringer has always been delightfully direct, and he didn't hold back at Google's I/O conference: talking about Sony Ericsson with Eric Schmidt during the Google TV launch, Sir Howard noted that the Xperia X10 is the best-selling handset in Japan, and that 'when you beat Apple, you're dominating -- it's the new definition.' Strong words from a gadget titan -- we'll leave it to you to debate their veracity.