One of the biggest categories at CES last week was 3-D tech in TVs and computer monitors. And with news from the Adult Entertainment show, running simultaneously in Las Vegas, here's a fun question: Will porn drive 3-D's success?
Dust off your polarized glasses, 3-D broadcast TV is coming.
Discovery, IMAX, and Sony announced a joint-venture 3-D network on Tuesday. The network is set to launch in 2011 and will be the first 24-hour 3-D network. Distributed by Discovery, the channel will air entertainment, sports, and natural history programming.
Peep behind your HDTV and you'll find at least one HDMI cable. It's the wire that lets your HD cable box or DVD player to connect with your TV screen, and it conforms to existing HDMI 1.3 standards. That means it's limited in a number of ways... which is why HDMI 1.4 is on the way.