|Sony's new "Share Everywhere" program|
Posted: 27-Feb-2006 [Source: Sony]
[Beginning in April, Sony's new "Share Everywhere" program will be available offering photo sharing through web-enabled camera phones, tv's, computers, and portable entertainment systems.]
PMA Orlando, FL -- Sony shed light today on its new "Share Everywhere" program, which will give ImageStation members photo sharing capabilities through web-enabled camera phones, televisions, computers, and portable entertainment systems.
One element of the program is Sony's new Java 2 Platform, Micro Edition 2.0 (J2ME) application developed for distribution through wireless carriers. With this application, ImageStation members can use their web-enabled camera phones to access, view, upload and share photos and video clips through an easy-to-use interface. The application will also be compatible with handsets that are not compatible with J2ME.
"People want to enjoy the convenience of sharing photos from all of their devices -- their phone, TV, PlayStation Portable, or computer -- and be able to access them anywhere, anytime whether they are at home, at work, or on-the- go," said Bob Nell, vice president of ImageStation at Sony Electronics. "This is one of our new applications to make Sony ImageStation an integral part of people's lives."
According to Nell, "With this latest application, wireless service providers, handset manufacturers, and mobile service aggregators can attract new customers who are looking to enhance their mobile lifestyle."
The application is currently scheduled to be available for wireless providers beginning in April.
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