Though 3D phones haven't made a huge splash yet, Samsung is hoping that will change in its next evolution of the Galaxy brand.
One of my favorite parts of the writing process is research, and it's great fun to go back to old press reports to see if stories were on target about movies, or if they were ridiculously off base.
Nintendo has rolled out a firmware update for the 3DS right in time for the big holiday season.
A new type of transistor based on a 3D structure could replace silicon chips, say researchers from Purdue and Harvard universities.
While watching television can provoke seizures in children with epilepsy, 3D TV doesn't appear to be any worse than the ordinary sort.
Sony's ambitious, yet cheap, Playstation-branded 3D TV is either not able to meet demand or is just having difficulty on the production line.
You know something big is happening when a company pours out the massive dollars required to decorate Times Square for an entire day.
Gamers who want an affordable way to experience the 3D content available on their PS3 and other devices will have the solution they've been looking for on November 13.
The best thing about 3D content is that if it's done well, it feels like you can practically reach out and grab what's on the screen.
Nintendo has managed to recruit one of the most prolific providers of 3D movies to bring content to its struggling 3DS system.
Planning a trip can be fun - but getting directions usually isn't. While it's one of the most-used features on Google Maps, it's all generally a bit of a chore.
A new 3D TV technology does away with the need for special glasses -and remains responsive enough to handle live transmissions.
Microsoft is rumored to be working on an update to the Xbox 360 that will focus on bringing 3D content to the platform.
Sony's flagship Playstation-branded 3D TV is now available for consumers to pre-order.
The lack of success for Nintendo's 3DS system may mean jeopardy for Sony's 3D gaming efforts, but apparently Sony has a justification for that.
In a bid to invigorate sales, Nintendo will release a new-color version of its 3DS handheld on September 9.
Consumers will be able to take their computing to the next dimension without the need for glasses for the first time, later this month.
As consumers become understandably frustrated at the direction of the home 3D market, three companies are working to set new standards.
As far as EA is concerned, 3D video games have been nothing but a headache.
Mercedes-Benz is ready to bring in-car information and entertainment systems to the next dimension.