3D TV wanes in the United States

3D TV may be quite popular in Western Europe and China, but interest in the evolving format seems to be waning in North America.

Sony remains delusional about 3D

Sony has invested quite a lot of cash in pushing the 3D standard forward. So it comes as little surprise that the electronics giant remains slightly, er, delusional about a realistic timeline for mainstream adoption.

Internet-enabled TV more popular than 3D

3D movies such as Avatar may be all the rage, but enthusiasm for the relatively nascent medium has yet to significantly accelerate mainstream adoption of 3D-enabled television sets. 



3D isn’t big in Japan

3D may be all the rage in the States, but surprisingly, the evolving medium has yet to make it big in Japan.