Camera Remote API beta gets expanded API support, and HDR-AS20 gets added

Today the Camera Remote API beta, which lets you develop mobile apps to remotely control Sony cameras, has been updated with new API features for many cameras. The update makes it possible for many Alpha and Cyber-shot cameras to control focus mode, F number and shutter speed. The latest Sony Action Cameras on the other hand, will get access to interval still recording and steady mode. In addition, we’re adding support for the newly announced HDR-AS20, as well as the A7S and RX100 III, as previously mentioned. Get all the details, and learn how to get started on Sony Developer World (external link).

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Camera Remote API beta gets expanded API support, and HDR-AS20 gets added

Xperia T3 announced – 5.3” display, quad-core 1.4GHz CPU and more [video]

Today introduces Xperia T3, Sony’s new quad-core smartphone crafted in a stainless steel frame. The super-slim Xperia T3 weighs a mere 148 grams, has a screen resolution of 1280×720 pixels, and runs Android version 4.4 (KitKat). The steel used in the frame ensures a sturdy and durable design, while also functioning as an antenna. Get more specs for Xperia T3 after the jump.

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Xperia T3 announced – 5.3” display, quad-core 1.4GHz CPU and more [video]

Alin Jerpelea from CyanogenMod’s FreeXperia team joins Sony’s Developer Program

Today we are happy to introduce our newest member of the team behind Sony’s Developer Program – Alin Jerpelea. Alin is well known in the open Android community for his work to bring the CyanogenMod custom firmware to Xperia devices, and he joins Sony to strengthen our work in the open source area, where we have an ambition to step up our work with the community.

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Alin Jerpelea from CyanogenMod’s FreeXperia team joins Sony’s Developer Program

A7S and RX100 III and new API features for many cameras in the next update of the Camera Remote API beta

With a coming update of the Camera Remote API beta, many of the currently supported camera models will get support for a wider set of API features. This includes the ability to control functions such as shutter speed, white balance and ISO settings. The newly announced A7S interchangeable lens digital camera and RX100 III digital still camera will also be added with about the same number of API features. Click read more to learn about this coming update at Sony Developer World (external link).

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A7S and RX100 III and new API features for many cameras in the next update of the Camera Remote API beta

Rate and vote on the best games from Ludum Dare 29 – judging ends May 19 [video]

Gamers, get your votes in by Monday, May 19! You’re the judges when it comes to playing and voting on the best games from 2,497 entries developed during Ludum Dare, a worldwide game development event. We’re also excited to see how the submissions from developers attending the Sony Lund gathering will rank. Read on to see the winners from the local Sony competition.

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Rate and vote on the best games from Ludum Dare 29 – judging ends May 19 [video]

Use low-power mode in your SmartWatch 2 app with the updated Sony Add-on SDK

Today the Sony Add-on SDK is released in a new version, which contains low-power mode and widget API support for SmartWatch 2. The update also includes new possibilities for Small Apps, including increased possibilities to change the look-and feel of a Small App and more.

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Use low-power mode in your SmartWatch 2 app with the updated Sony Add-on SDK

Gamify the UI of the smartphone with the EvolutionUI research project [open source + video]

Today we are opening up an internal research project called EvolutionUI, which is an experimental gamified UI for the smartphone, where the UI gets more advanced as you learn how to use it. In this article, Software Developer Pál Szász tells you all about it, and how to access it.

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Gamify the UI of the smartphone with the EvolutionUI research project [open source + video]

Sony contributes Runtime Resource Overlay framework to Android [code example]

Just recently, a new framework called Runtime Resource Overlay (RRO) was contributed by Sony to the Android code base. This framework provides the ability to replace application resources while the application is running, we currently use RRO for device customisation and to support Xperia Themes. In this article, Mårten Kongstad, Lead Developer of Runtime Resource Overlay, explains this new framework in detail.

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Sony contributes Runtime Resource Overlay framework to Android [code example]

Camera Remote API beta now includes more features for DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 Lens-Style Cameras

A couple of weeks back we told you about Sony’s Camera Remote API, and today we’re happy to announce that the DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 Lens-Style Cameras are receiving additional support for features like exposure mode, exposure compensation and ISO settings in the latest version of the Camera Remote API beta SDK. More than ten new camera settings have been added, and there’s new and updated iOS  and Android sample code projects. Click Read more to get all the details about the Camera Remote API beta at Sony Developer World (external link).

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Camera Remote API beta now includes more features for DSC-QX10 and DSC-QX100 Lens-Style Cameras

Introducing the Sony Enterprise SDK 3.0 – could you work with our SDK and become a Sony partner?

We’re happy to introduce the release of the Sony Enterprise SDK 3.0! This Enterprise SDK contains new features and relevant information required by Sony partners. It’s currently only available to selected Mobile Device Management (MDM) partners, who typically provide solutions for policy enforcement. We’re keen to provide the best MDM solutions and now we’re on the look-out for more potential partners. Could you be one of those? Read on to find out more.

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Introducing the Sony Enterprise SDK 3.0 – could you work with our SDK and become a Sony partner?
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