For all those critics who say that wearing 3D glasses isn't cool, well, maybe you can pimp them out with some Swarovski crystals like the Queen.
Sony's motion controller for the PS3 has already climbed into the top 10 video game items at ToysRUs.com, encouraging a strong beginning for the inventive PS3 controller.
DirecTV has become the first TV service provider to offer an entire suite of dedicated 3D channels, while the sweeping majority of other cable and satellite providers still have absolutely no 3D content available.
Hulu's new premium TV-watching service is on its way to a whole bunch of platforms, but there are now rumors that the $10/month fee may not be the only cost that users face.
Apparently someone can develop a game, tweak it to run on a console device, get it licensed by Microsoft, and publish it to the Xbox Live Marketplace...in a shorter amount of time than it takes to plug an oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
If you currently wear glasses, watching a 3D movie in theaters will soon be as simple as just looking at the screen.
It's a designation that is kind of like an award for being the "most glamorous prison," but Disney's silver screen adaptation of the classic video game Prince of Persia has officially done better at the box office than any other video game-based movie before it.
With this generation of home entertainment, Sony has taken a lot of risks. It put its neck on the line with the first fully-HD equipped video game console, it gambled with Blu-ray in the format war, and now it's pouring all sorts of money into 3D development.
The warning messages on Nintendo's upcoming 3DS handheld will be similar to those used on the infamous migraine-inducing Virtual Boy system.
Peter Molyneux, the man behind such high-concept video games as Black & White and Fable, says that Sony's Playstation Move is not really distinguishable from the Wii's motion controls.
David Fincher, the guy behind Se7en, Fight Club and Alien 3, is making a movie about Facebook. We can see the darkness of the theme, but how about decapitations?
Even though it took Microsoft nearly 5 years to incorporate wireless technology into the Xbox 360, a feature that PS3 had from day one, Microsoft now claims its console is technologically superior.
Kristen Stewart, or as millions of hardcore geeky fans know her, Bella Swan, wants the next and final installment in the Twilight movie series to be presented in 3D.
After successul runs with films like Alice in Wonderland and A Christmas Carol, Disney has penned a new deal with Imax to bring three new 3D titles to the huge screens next year.
Sears is more well-known for its low-cost jeans and refrigerators than for its technological aptitude, but the big-box retailer is making a push to the digital world by offering a movie download service.
After continuously dismal reaction to Verizon's fiber-optic TV service, the provider has decided to give customers the option to cancel risk-free within 30 days of signing up.
The first-ever Nascar race to be broadcast in 3D will be presented on July 3, available on TV exclusively through DirecTV, but it will also be streamed live in 3D on Nascar's Web site.
The $200 PS3, the ability to watch Hulu on Xbox 360, and yet another addition to the PSP library are all ideas that are now officially shelved to the pile of unsubstantiated E3 rumors.
One of the less inspiring parts of Sony's E3 presentation today was the introduction of a $50/year subscription service that gives gamers access to a handful of special and exclusive content, but there's nothing super exciting about it.
Without question, one of the biggest themes of this year's E3 expo will be 3D gaming, but Microsoft isn't quite ready to embrace the new standard.