This week in Sony – BIG news in Japan, J-Lo to sing World Cup song and the future of the living room

This year is going so fast. It’s almost the end of January. Let’s save everyone some time and cut to straight to the chase with a quick recap of everything that’s been happening across Sony this week…

We’re not usually ones to brag but check out the video above which our Japanese team produced to highlight the small, insignificant, screen of Xperia Z Ultra Android smartphone

You can also check out the “Making of” film below:

Want more BIG news? This week Sony Entertainment, in partnership with FIFA, revealed that Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull will provide the official 2014 World Cup Song.  The track’s called “We Are One” and will feature Claudia Leitte, a well-known Brazilian pop singer and judge on The Voice Brazil. Of course, the song will be performed live at the opening ceremony in Sao Paolo. Watch out for the new video coming soon…

On the subject of celebrity, make sure you watch the latest edition of The Take Out:

Not only will you learn about the “Age of the Dibby Dibby Sound”, but Katherine will also take you through everything you need to know about the gorgeous Johnny Depp’s new sci-fi blockbuster, Transcendence.

And while we’re talking about future tech, if you want to see what our future of the living room looks likes, we invited the BBC to find out at the recent CES ’14 show. Take a look at this great video report.

For the rest of us that still need to use our current living room, Sony Music has just announced its new 56th Grammy Awards Channel on Music Unlimited. Featuring the outstanding artists, albums and songs that are up for the biggest categories, the new channel will get you fully up to speed before the big night on Sunday.

Don’t forget to tune in. We’ll see you again after the show.

 

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