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.
The second smartphone to hit the market with true 3D display functionality will be 50% cheaper than the first.
Nintendo has just launched a flagship 3D streaming video service on the 3DS.
A new report has shed light on the way in which 3D viewing may cause eyestrain and headaches.
Apple is apparently eyeing the design of a new type of multi-layer display that would allow users to view three-dimensional images without glasses.
Jeffrey Katzenberg isn't excited about the state of 3D movies today.
Sony admits there is room for skepticism in the future of 3D, but has nothing but good things to say for how the PS3 has handled it to date.
The zany, spherical avians who first gained popularity on the iPhone are about to bring their anger to a whole new dimension.
Around 3.5 million Blu-ray 3D movies have been sold to consumers in the US, but only half of them were really purchased.
Despite a lot of competitors entering the space over the last couple years, the one who pioneered it is still the leader.
An LG-commissioned study reveals the vast majority of consumers don't want expensive active-shutter 3D TVs.
The ambitious project to recreate and re-release all six Star Wars films in 3D may not materialize as originally expected.
Just as the world prepares for HTC's glasses-free 3D phone, LG is ready to release its one as well.
What is likely to be the first true 3D phone will come with a gaggle of pre-installed 3D content.
After his last creation, Alice in Wonderland, totally ripped people off, Tim Burton will not pursue 3D with his next flick.
In a bid to attract more consumers to its 3D graphics offerings, Nvidia has introduced a cheaper set of 3D glasses.
Consumers with a Samsung 3D TV can now watch a limited amount of 3D content for free.
What is perhaps the most technologically sophisticated 3D TV is now a fait de compli in Japan.