New white paper available for Smart Tennis Sensor

We’re happy to announce that there is a new white paper available for Sony’s Smart Tennis Sensor. The Smart Tennis Sensor plugs into the end of a racket handle and allows you to gather tennis data in real time while you are playing. This data is gathered in the Smart Tennis Sensor app, which was recently updated to allow the data to be exported as a CSV file for further analysis and presentation. Find out more about the Smart Tennis Sensor and download the white paper about the CSV file structure here.

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New white paper available for Smart Tennis Sensor

Sony announces Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact

The two latest members of the Xperia X series smartphones have been unveiled at IFA: Xperia XZ and the premium X Compact. The phones are driven by Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 820 (Xperia XZ) and Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 650 (Xperia X Compact) processors and both feature a triple image sensing camera technology as well as new Battery Care. Read more about the new devices after the jump

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Sony announces Xperia XZ and Xperia X Compact

SmartEyeglass predecessor receives award

Sony’s Entertainment Access Glasses received the Hearing Loss Association of America Innovation Award 2016 for the ability to provide the hearing impaired with captions at the cinema.

The AR glasses are a predecessor to Sony’s SmartEyeglass and use the same holographic technology to display captions on the wearer’s natural field-of-view. Read more about the award and the technology on Sony Developer World.

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SmartEyeglass predecessor receives award

Xperia X now supported on Sony’s Open Device program through new AOSP Marshmallow Experimental platform

Today, we’ve added a new AOSP Marshmallow experimental platform to our Open Device program. This provides an opportunity to develop custom ROMs for Xperia devices based on the very latest AOSP branch. It also allows for the addition of the Xperia X to the Open Device program as well as compatibility with most other supported devices.

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Xperia X now supported on Sony’s Open Device program through new AOSP Marshmallow Experimental platform
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