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Sony may add 3D to the next PSP to compete, however they have a lot more other problems to deal with when it comes their portable.
With 3D technology in general, they're really pushing it on the PS3. Being the only console right now that can support it, it's their edge in the market and it might be enough to give it the boost they need. Only problem I see is that 3DTVs and whatnot are still very new and not many people have adopted it as of yet.
As far as a Microsoft portable, I have no idea. I'm sure they could pull it off, but I doubt they'd enter the portable market.
You have remember, Nintendo always has and always will have the dominant handheld (market wise). Being the oldest of the companies (with the exception of Microsoft, but they didn't enter gaming until a few years ago) they have all of the titles that everyone loves. Nobody can compete with that.
Well Sony hasn't copied the whole 2 screens thing yet, and they still don't have a touch screen. They're running a little behind, but I'm gonna guess their new handheld will be touchscreen, better graphics, and they'll try to do 3D.
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I imagine Sony will respond 1-2 years later (if they haven't given up) with a powerful handheld rivalling current gen graphics. It is yet to be seen if they will use 3D, prob. depends on how 3D works for 3DS.