The 2012 rumor mill is turning. New reports hint at an unveiling for the Samsung Galaxy S III at Mobile World Congress in February. Oh, and it may have a 3D screen.
While many studios are still struggling to produce quality 3D entertainment in the form of movies and television shows, consumers within the United States seem to be embracing upgrading 3D hardware.
Hewlett-Packard proves it can be as trendy as any other PC maker, adding 3D display capabilities to its TouchSmart 620 dekstop all-in-one PC.
Here's a sneak peak of everything that's going into The Hobbit, one of the most anticipated movies of 2012.
The Sony 3D Display gets a UK and U.S. release date for next month, the HMZ-T1 gets a release date for Dec. 8
Nipping on the heels of Apple's iPhone 4S announcement, Adobe had a bit of interesting news regarding the development of its Flash and Air products earlier today.
While getting directions from Google Maps has always been a helpful way to find a new location, the search company added a new feature this week that offers a 3-dimensional view of that route.
By May of next year, Sony will no longer provide theaters with 3D glasses for its movies—including The Amazing Spider-Man and Men in Black III.
JVC’s e-Shift technology manages to milk 4K resolution from projectors with standard 1080p D-ILA chips using a clever bit of engineering.
Despite a few blockbuster movies like Harry Potter and Transformers this summer's movie box office numbers are the lowest since 1997.
LG's new LW9800 55-inch passive 3D TV features local dimming, a thin 1.08-inch cabinet and gets THX's stamp of approval.
Consumers that dislike wearing 3D glasses in the home have something to look forward to from Toshiba. The television manufacturer has developed a way to get rid of those bulky, expensive glasses.
Sony dished up a surprise at IFA 2011 by revealing that what originally appeared as a prototype-only personal 3D viewer will soon be released in Japan.
Panasonic is betting on 3D, demonstrating a compact twin-lens Lumix 3D compact camera as well as a 2D/3D HDC-Z10000 camcorder with a 3D viewerfinder screen.
Are 3D hardware prices plummeting due to disinterest from a lack of compelling 3D content or is technology simply getting cheaper? Optoma is rolling out support for an extremely competitive 3D, 1080p projector.