Some people love 3D TV; and some can't stand it. But a new invention means that it's possible for people to watch programs in 2D and 3D at the same time.
You've already seen a movie in 3D, but what about 4D?
It's obviously the "no sh*t Sherlock" statement of the year, but people are going to be flocking to theaters in droves when The Dark Knight Rises hits theaters on July 20.
A Japanese-US team says it's developed the world's thinnest display - a soap bubble that can even show 3D images.
Yes, the master of suspense actually made a movie in 3D.
It's a bleak time for the future of stereoscopic 3D TV channels.
It's certainly rather difficult to believe that any new technology would actually be more controversial than the current 3D revival, which certainly has plenty of friends and foes alike.
Some years back, the hot trend in horror was J-horror, meaning scary films that originated from Japan like The Ring and The Grudge.
Although Steven Spielberg won't be directing the fourth installment of the popular Jurassic Park franchise, he will be one of the film's producers along with Kathleen Kennedy.
If you think 3D printing isn't starting to catch on, this one's for you.
Sharp has set a new world record.
US Senator Charles Schumer is calling on Google and Apple to withdraw plans for 3D mapping, calling it an 'unprecedented invasion of privacy'.
It's not exactly a 3D printer, but with some tweaks it probably could be.
IMAX was given a big boost when Chris Nolan used the format in the original Dark Knight alongside regular 35mm footage.
Yes, the market for new "3D" products is still alive and well.
Google's promising a range of new features for Google Maps and Google Earth, hoping to see off a potential threat from Apple.
It’s been quite a blockbuster summer so far at the movies, with ginormous hits like The Avengers, and big flops like Battleship.
The future of 3D printing is very much here and now.
James Brown may have been the hardest working man in show business, but Metallica's also had one of the strongest work ethics of any band out there, especially when it comes to touring.
Paramount Pictures will be postponing the release of G.I. Joe: Retaliation to next spring, supposedly so the studio can release the 3D edition alongside the standard digital version.