There’s cause for celebration this week, as Sony was awarded Best Audio-Visual Brand in 2015’s Which? Awards beating competition from Samsung, LG and Panasonic.
The awards noted Sony’s consistent quality across its AV offerings, with half of the TVs tested in 2014 receiving Best Buy recognition. It also considered Which?’s smart TV privacy research, where Sony was praised for offering users clear upfront warnings regarding tracking & for not bombarding them with advertising.
Since its launch in 2007, the Which? Awards each year have recognised the UK’s best customer focused businesses and it certainly comes as a significant achievement as unlike other industry accolades the win was determined solely by Which? experts after they trawled through the results of this year’s investigations, surveys and test results.
You may recall a few weeks ago we introduced you to a new video series from Action Cam, a series that allowed viewers to experience the world through the eyes of the world’s favourite mammals – pandas.
The collaboration will capture a never before seen view of matrimony as it introduces the first ‘wearable technology wedding veils collection’. Each of the futuristic veils will feature an embedded FDR-X1000V Sony 4K Action Cam allowing each bride to capture every wonderful memory created on their big day.
From wedding videography to low light photography – this week introduces the latest Xperia Photo Academy tutorial.
Creative Director and photography enthusiast Matt Scutt shares his passion for early morning photography, explaining how to capture the splendour of sunrise with his Xperia M4 Aqua.
The tutorial accompanies our recent Around the World at Sunrise project so if you’re feeling inspired to explore how the magic of dawn can impact the mood of your photography; it’s certainly worth checking out.
Before we leave you to enjoy your weekend, it’s worth noting that this week also saw the latest instalment to our App of the Month series, Google Now.
We caught up with Behshad Behzadi, one of the principal engineers on the project to get the low down on the recent update and to discuss what’s new and how it can impact your daily experiences with the app.
It’s definitely worth the read so be sure to check it out….
That’s it from us!