Our Sony Xperia Z Ultra fans in the US can now officially buy their Z Ultra, Z1 or Smartwatch 2 from Sony and other authorised distributors across the United States today. We know many of you have already managed to get their hands on a Xperia Z Ultra from other sources but we hope that the wider release will bring further fans to our Sony Xperia Z Ultra following.
See the press releases and photo gallery after the break.

For those interested in all of the detailed technical specifications and features of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra, please check out Sony's Xperia Z Ultra whitepaper. 
The whitepaper gives you details on all of the variants of the Sony Xperia Z Ultra ranging from the 3G to 4G LTE versions of this phone.
You can access the whitepaper directly from Sony here.

Business Productivity with Sony Xperia Z Ultra
Sony have made sure that you can get the most of your Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Sony Xperia Z1 at home and at work by introducing a dedicated site discussing how you can use your device at work to increase your productivity and embrace the features of your smartphone. Click through to read more after the break.

Sony have introduced a product called Xperia SmartTags which utilise your Sony Xperia Z Ultra's NFC feature to automate and simplify your life. Watch the short video below from Sony to see what Xperia SmartTags can do for you!
Don't forget to read our other article about making the most of NFC on your Sony Xperia Z Ultra here.
The Sony Xperia Z Ultra, like most other Android phones, supports Near-Field Communications or NFC for short. NFC is a wireless technology that opens up a range of new possibilities with your mobile phones and simplifies everyday tasks. By using NFC you can simplify everyday tasks by automating them. This includes automatically paring bluetooth speakers, headphones, smart TVs and more. We've collated some great NFC videos after the break that really demonstrate the power and potential for using NFC-enabled devices in everyday life. Click through to continue reading more about NFC.

So you've heard that the Sony Xperia Z Ultra has the same technology screen as seen in Sony's Bravia LCD televisions? What does it actually mean? What the video from Sony below for the full story on Sony's Triluminos display and X-Reality technology...