Sony's PlayStation 3 will play 3D Blu-ray movies and more with a downloadable firmware update arriving Sept. 21, just two days after the launch of the Move.
A new TV trailer for Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows has hit the internet. Part 1 debuts on November 19, Part II hits theaters July 15, 2011.
A new firmware update is due out in October that will support 3D Blu-ray movies. The update will also include the Music Unlimited service.
We got hands-on play time with Killzone 3, one of the hottest upcoming 3D titles for Sony’s PlayStation 3.
Sony is teasing its new Bravia NX810 HDTVs with Wi-Fi, access to Sony's Qriocity streaming service, and 3D capability.
A Japanese newspaper reports Toshiba is working on 3D TVs that don't require special shutter glasses...and they might reach Japanese consumers this year.
Fujifilm's new Real 3D W3 camera can not only take 3D still images: it can shoot high-definition 720p movies.
Panasonic's new 42- and 50-inch Viera GT25 Plasma 3D HDTVs include technology to convert standard 2D content to 3D.
Samsung has introduced the first 3D-capable portable Blu-ray player plus the world's largest 3D LED for the home.
Dizziness, nausea and spilled popcorn, we can deal with. But does watching 3D TV have any long-term health risks? Will 3D TV make us sick?
Both the Thor and Captain America movies will be available in 3D, and we have a first look at Anthony Hopkins as Odin.
A pair of firmware upgrades will allow the PlayStation 3 to show 3D Blu-ray movies, 3D videos from YouTube, and 3D images.
Lenovo's new IdeaPad Y560d features a 15.6-inch TriDef 3D display...polarizer glasses included.
It was announced today that Crysis will launch in 3D giving you a great excuse to go out and pick up that shiny new 3D TV you’ve been eyeing.