Sony won't be using Android Wear in any of their upcoming devices, Ravi Nookala, head of Sony Mobile's US arm, told CNET. They'll instead continue to work with their own mobile OS platform for their smartwatches. "We've already invested time and resources on this platform, and we will continue in that direction," Nookala says.
Sony smartwatches have been around longer than most, and even with the new Android Wear or Samsung's Tizen platform at the ready, Sony is sticking to what they know and will keep their devices on their own platform for the foreseeable future, while other big names like ASUS, LG and Motorola will all be putting out Android Wear devices.
Nookoala also says that even though they have chosen this route, they'll continue to work closely with Google on their products.
Update: So as it turns out, Sony isn't ruling out Android Wear completely, they're just focusing on their own OS for now. But there's a chance we may see some Android Wear devices down the road