This week we announced a world first; we’ve teamed up with Vue Entertainment to bring a new milestone in live sports entertainment – at Vue’s state-of-the-art multiplex and Westfield, London (4th and 13th July) two 2014 FIFA World Cup games will be shown live in stunning 4K.
The two matches will be streamed live from the iconic Estadio Journalista Mario Filho Maracana stadium direct to the cinema. So if you would love to see this spectacular, make sure you’re there. And what’s more, if you can’t wait, why not get live 4K World Cup action in your own home – Bravia 4K TVshows you every blade of grass and every grimace on every player’s face.
We also caught up with Katie Ormerod this week to see how she’s been getting on with her Xperia Z1 Compact. The talented young snow boarder told us all about what she’s been up to and shared an immense video of her landing an insane backside double cork 1080. The first women to do it! Make sure you check it out – it’s pretty awesome.
For all of you PS Vita fans, our Action Mega Pack bundle launches this summer. It’s crammed full of incredible graphics to really get your pulse racing including five top games and an 8GB memory card. The Action Mega Pack will be smashing its way into stores at the end of June.
Our Lifelog app has been updated to bring optimized experiences for Xperia users through unique Sony features starting with: activity recognition for transportation and bicycle, and integrated music info and cover art from our WALKMAN app. More logging capability, more valuable data to help you enjoy / live / love life
We’re loving your #sharethemoment photos so keep them coming! We’re glad to see you’re enjoying the World Cup as much as we are. Here’s some of our favourites so far…
And of course for our movie lovers there’s a lot of unbelievable trailers that had us hooked this week. Robert Downey Jr. will be hitting the big screen once again this time as a lawyer, the hilarious Kevin Hart stars as a hired best man in The Wedding Ringer and Reese Witherspoon tugs on our heart strings in true story The Good Lie.