"Through the holidays we expect 70 plus. And as we go through 2006, that number should expand quite a bit. A lot of publishers are starting to jump on. We had a number of publishers that wanted to jump on at launch and then a number that wanted to wait for the installed base to come to a certain point. We're at a point now where a lot of publishers are kind of at that tipping point where…okay, it's now a viable product. So you're going to see not only a really strong line up this holiday, but you'll see a lot more in 2006 on the gaming front. The movie front is already huge, we're at 210 plus movies that have launched." A recent update from Sony added a Web browser. And there's also a new Location Free Player device….for 330 dollars or so….that allows the PSP to act as a portable TV connecting wirelessly to a cable or satellite box…or even to a DVD player. The PSP itself sells for about 250 dollars. Bloomberg Boot Camp, I'm Fred Fishkin.