Sony has is now accepting applications for a closed beta test of its PlayStation Suite SDK. Windows XP and W7 users in Japan, the UK and US can now present their credentials for early access. Once accepted, develops will be able to create applications for PS Vita. PS Suite offers a cross-platform PlayStation-certified development and publishing environment, and is compatible with various devices such as various Xperia models, and Sony Tablets S and P, and possibly third-party devices. Thanks, Engadget.
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