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3D TV not dead, says Samsung, still 'a feature consumers like to use'

3D TV not dead, says Samsung, still 'a feature consumers like to use'

By 27 January 2014

Samsung has responded to growing concerns that 3D is no longer an important technology for home entertainment, and claims  it is still an "important part of our TV proposition". At the CES trade show in Las Vegas in January, the biggest technology buzzwords... >>

Stream Ultra-D 4K glasses-free TVs coming 2014, smartphones and tablets to follow

Stream Ultra-D 4K glasses-free TVs coming 2014, smartphones and tablets to follow

By 22 January 2014

Stream TV Networks has created a class of glasses-free 3D screen that can manage 4K resolution. It first showed off the screen in the madness of CES. We met up for a more detailed chat to find out where the screen technology is going next. It looks like... >>

Glasses-free 3D and 4K PS4 and Xbox One gaming to be shown by Stream TV next week

Glasses-free 3D and 4K PS4 and Xbox One gaming to be shown by Stream TV next week

By 30 December 2013

Stream TV, the company pushing glasses-free 3D that works from multiple viewing angles, will be showing off its latest screen and a 4K upscaling box at CES next week. Steam TV will show off its improved Ultra-D TV that offers an upgraded version of the... >>

ESPN to kill 3D channel in 2013, blames low adoption

ESPN to kill 3D channel in 2013, blames low adoption

By 12 June 2013

ESPN will shut down its 3D channel by the end of 2013. The company announced the news on Wednesday and blamed low take-up for the channel's demise. ESPN 3D is a cable television network that features 3D versions of sports events. ESPN spokeswoman Katina... >>

Sky: F1 to be broadcast in 3D for first time at Circuit de Catalunya

Sky: F1 to be broadcast in 3D for first time at Circuit de Catalunya

By 6 February 2013

Almost a year after telling Pocket-lint that it hoped to broadcast some Formula One live coverage in 3D, Sky has announced that the third test from Circuit de Catalunya will be the first to get the three-dimensional treatment. Simultaneously broadcast... >>

Queen's Christmas Speech rumoured to be being delivered in 3D

Queen's Christmas Speech rumoured to be being delivered in 3D

By 10 December 2012

The Queen's Christmas speech is to be shown in 3D for the first time this year, it's reported. Filmed at Buckingham Palace on Friday, the Queen is expected to speak about the positive impact on the nation of the London Olympics and her Diamond Jubilee... >>

Disney 3D movies head to LG Cinema 3D televisions in US

Disney 3D movies head to LG Cinema 3D televisions in US

By 5 October 2012

LG has teamed up with Disney in the US to bring Disney 3D movies directly to your TV without your having to do anything other than press a button on your remote. "LG 3D World app now offers a collection of hit movies for rental, including some of Hollywood's... >>

3D viewing up, but still small when it comes to the bigger picture

3D viewing up, but still small when it comes to the bigger picture

By 31 July 2012

Some 113,000 people watched the London 2013 opening ceremony in 3D, figures confirm, sending mixed messages on whether the format is finally starting to be adopted, or  if it still has a long way to go before it proves itself in UK homes. The audience... >>

3D Games now available to download to LG Cinema 3D TVs

3D Games now available to download to LG Cinema 3D TVs

By 30 July 2012

3D games are now available to download to LG’s Cinema 3D Smart TVs as the Korean manufacturer expands its multimedia offering. Initially launched with five titles, all the games have been specifically optimised for the 3D platform (with the aid of LG’s... >>

Resurrected Polaroid brand now used on 3D TVs, docks and clocks

Resurrected Polaroid brand now used on 3D TVs, docks and clocks

By 24 July 2012

Iconic camera manufacturer Polaroid is branching out into 3D TVs, media players and audio equipment after agreeing to a partnership with Asda. The joint venture will see a range of Polaroid products sold both through ASDA’s high street retail stores... >>