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Nintendo 3DS finally reaches 1 million in Japan

06/13/2011, You can now let out that sigh you’ve been holding in since the Nintendo 3DS launched in late February because after 13 strenuous weeks, the 3D handheld has finally managed to move 1 million units – in Japan. Although the 3DS was not the...

Ingri:Dahl James: say goodbye to ugly 3D glasses

06/10/2011, I’m sure most of you will know by now how ridiculous people look with cinema-provided 3D glasses during 3D movie screenings. Well, a pair of Norwegian twins decided to put their feet down and come up with an answer to the question, “Why do 3D...

CineXPlayer brings 3D movies to the iPad

06/08/2011, Who says you need fancy displays or glasses to experience 3D content on your tablets these days? Well, if you own an iPad, that’s not the case anymore. NXP software has just launched the 2nd generation CineXPlayer that allows iPad users to enjoy the...

HTC EVO 3D available June 24 at RadioShack

06/02/2011, The HTC EVO 3D has been available for pre-order for quite some time now, without a confirmed release date, but judging from a RadioShack flyer discovered by the folks at Phandroid, June 24 seems to be the magical date the phone goes on sale. The dual-core...

Toshiba launches high-end gaming Qosmio laptops

06/01/2011, Looking for a laptop to satisfy your gaming needs? There are plenty of choices available right now, and Toshiba has just added one more to the mix. Called the Qosmio X770 and X770 3D, these gaming laptops have everything you need to enjoy your favorite...

Asus MeMo glasses-free 3D tablet at Computex 2011

05/30/2011, Stereoscopic 3D technology is being pushed by many consumer electronics manufacturers as the next frontier for your living room, and we have seen models which feature active shutter as well as passive shutter glasses, but the next big step would be to...

NVIDIA Quad-Core Tegra Gets a Glowing DEMO (+Video)

05/29/2011, NVIDIA GlowBall - NVIDIA is demonstrating its quad-core Tegra chip named Kal-El (a reference to Superman) with the Glowball demo. To most users, the tech demo shows, well, a glowing ball that rolls around

NVIDIA 3D Vision wired glasses

05/29/2011, [Computex] NVIDIA has just announced the launch of its NVIDIA 3D Vision wired glasses, a more cost-effective version of the 3D Vision active shutter glasses. With a maximum suggested retail price of $99 (MSRP), the wired glasses are indeed cheaper than...

YouTube 3D video now supported by NVIDIA 3D Vision

05/26/2011, For folks who have 3D capable computers using NVIDIA 3D Vision hardware, but have run out of 3D content to watch or games to play can rejoice – investing in that 3D setup wasn’t a waste after all. NVIDIA has just announced today that users will be...

Pioneer Floating Vision display lets you “touch” 3D visuals

05/26/2011, Pioneer recently showed off a new technology called its “Floating Vision” display – the glasses-free 3D display that lets users interact with the floating images, offering a totally brand new input experience. The display, which Pioneer...

Are 3D movies losing appeal?

05/24/2011, According to an analyst as reported by the Home Media Magazine, it looks like 3D movies are losing their appeal. Judging by the latest sales figures of Pirates of the Caribbean – the movie has been doing pretty well in the box office. But of the revenue...

Nissho announces 52″ glasses-free 3D TV

05/23/2011, The 3D phenomenon has not taken off in such a big way – perhaps the adoption rate is rather slow because the masses don’t really see the need for it – not to mention those 3D systems that rely on active shutter glasses have a higher cost...

HTC EVO 3D priced $200 at the RadioShack

05/22/2011, While we still haven’t gotten official word about a release date and price for the upcoming HTC EVO 3D (even though we have two ways to pre-order), it looks like the RadioShack have gone ahead and priced the device themselves. And surprisingly –...

Ratchet & Clank: All 4 One hits stores on October 18

05/20/2011, Clamoring for new Ratchet & Clank news? Sony dropped a bomb today with news that the Insomniac developed platformer will land on store shelves for the PlayStation 3 on October 18. Don’t know who Ratchet & Clank are? Well, let’s just...