-In 2014, we will deliver new and exciting wearable products and the experiences that will make our daily lives more fun.
Starting with this.
This could have been the tiniest gadget Sony has ever made, but it is at the heart of our vision.
We call this,
And through the Lifelog application, this tiny waterproof device will let you capture and analyze many aspects of your life.
And then, provide you with information you need to explore and to enjoy the world around you.
This Core can be worn in countless different ways.
For example, you can
insert this Core in this SmartBand.
Actually, this is already installed.
This band, smarter band which will be available this spring.
Now, let's take a closer look at the experience you can enjoy with this small band.
-Lifelog is an innovative Android app that lets you keep track of everything you do.
Every day you can automatically log and record your physical, social and entertainment activities.
You can see how active you were.
What pictures you took, where and when.
Where there any special moments?
Check for life bookmarks.
Watch your lifestyle played back to you on screen.
It's fun, colorful, and animated.
Lifelog even gets you ready for tomorrow.
Log your day, every day.
-Now, we are Sony.
So, of course, we are going to do things
a little differently.
The first, we are not just about motion, but emotion.
Focusing on, we have communication and the entertainment to make sure you are moved emotionally.
The second, this is not just about logging your present.
But, the Lifelog application will use this information to help inspire you, your future with
idea-- idea and recommendations.
Third, we are developing a new innovation with our network of developers and creators in the spirit of open partnership.
And the fourth, we are working with these partners on the hardware side as well to make sure we build a series of comparing, exciting and the fashionable products.
All driven by application and services that will bring our vision to life.
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