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  • News: Virgin Media announces Olympic Games coverage

    Virgin Media has announced that its customers will receive full coverage of the London 2012 Olympic Games.

  • News: LG launches 3D World content service

    LG has launched 3D World, an internet connected service dedicated to 3D content.

  • Buying Advice: Blu-ray buyers' guide: what you need to know

    Everything you need to know if you are buying a Blu-ray Disc drive, or a Blu-ray Disc player.

  • Feature: Expected Tech Trends for 2012

    Ultrabooks, smart TVs, cloud printing and more. Take a look a look at the cool new products that will be arriving over the next 12 months.

  • Toshiba Camileo Z100 3D flash camcorder announced

    Toshiba has unveiled a new Camileo consumer video camera that offers 3D video capture as well as full HD video at 1920x1080 resolution and 30 frames per second. The camcorder creates 3D footage from its pair of 5Mp CMOS sensors

  • Feature: 10 predictions for future tech

    Hoverboards, a race of robots that rise up and take over the world, and excellent broadband provision in the UK. These are the ridiculously far-fetched concepts Matt Egan rejected in picking out 10 things we'll see over the next 15 years.

  • How-Tos: How to print 3D models

    We explain how to turn a sequence of photographs into a virtual 3D model you can manipulate onscreen and even turn into a solid object.

  • Test Centre: Group test: what's the best 3D design software?

    The best 3D design software packages available in the UK right now.

  • News: Tesco begins trialling augmented reality in store

    UK supermarket Tesco is trialling augmented reality technology in a bid to save space in stores.

  • How-Tos: What's good interior design software?

    When a reader needed a recommendation for 3D cheap design software, our Helproom expert knew just what to recommend.

  • News: Majority of US consumers prefer 3DTV

    The majority of consumers believe 3DTV is better than standards HDTV, says Panasonic.

  • News: LG Dual Play provides simultaneous full-screen gaming

    LG has come up with a cunning way of allowing two-player mode gaming to work in fullscreen for both players at once. Its Dual Play lets each player view of its 3D scenes in 2D

  • Video: Video: tablets, 3D and smartphones - the week in techology, 8/9/11

    IFA Special: Coming up on World Tech Update this week we’re back at the IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin. The Galaxy Tab 7.7 vanishes from the Samsung booth, poor reviews begin to roll in for the Galaxy Note, Sony intros the Personal 3D Viewer as an alternative to 3D TVs, LG entices gamers with Dual Play, Panasonic focuses on 3D partnerships and camcorders, an interactive shop window could change the look of department stores and a vacuum cleaner is controlled by an iPhone.

  • Video: Video: the sights and sounds of IFA 2011

    Tablets, televisions, 3D, smartphones...all of it at the 2011 IFA consumer electronics show in Berlin.

  • News: HP TouchSmart 520 all-in-one PC unveiled

    HP has announced two new desktop computers for launch in the UK in October. The HP Pavilion HPE Phoenix comes with 16GB of DDR3 RAM and is designed for 3D gaming and high-end digital content creation. The HP TouchSmart 520 is a 23in all-in-one PC costing £599

  • Samsung MultiView MV800 3D digital camera debuts

    Samsung has been showing off its new 'multi-angle' 16Mp digital camera at IFA. The MultiView MV800 is a 16Mp digital camera with a 3in adjustable LCD designed for capturing shots from awkward angles or overhead.

  • Video: Video: Panasonic launches 3D camcorders, announces 3D partnerships

    Panasonic debuted a new 3D camcorder at the IFA consumer electronics show this week. The HDC-z-ten thousand has a 6 and a half megapixel sensor and can shoot 1080p HD video. It also has two new image stabilization systems, which according to Panasonic makes it easier to shoot in low light.

  • Video: Video: Sony Personal 3D viewer in action

    Sony is offering an alternative for consumers who don’t want to buy a 3D TV. Called the personal 3D viewer the head mounted display will be available by the end of the year though pricing wasn’t announced. It can be connected to a 3D camcorder for a live view of what’s being shot or used for movies and gaming, said Howard Stringer during the company’s press conference. The viewer also has headphones to deliver audio. While the 3D viewer may be isolating—it’s not like you can enjoy this with a friend—the experience is pretty unique. We had a chance to try the personal 3D viewer being filmed here on a 3D camera and the effect is actually pretty good. The picture is clear and bright and after taking some time to focus it it’s a really enjoyable experience and Sony said that once this comes on the market there’s going to be headband to secure this to your head so that you don’t have to hold it.

  • News: LG dumps active shutter 3D glasses

    LG is abandoning active shutter glasses for use with 3D screens, citing an overwhelming preference for the cheaper-to-produce passive glasses. An overwhleming 88 percent of it 3D LED TV sales are of models that use passive shutter technology. The company has seen a two-fold uptake in demand for its LED 3D TVs that come with passive glasses, LG told PC Advisor at IFA today.

  • ViewSonic PJD5223 3D projector debuts

    ViewSonic has launched a range of 3D projectors that offer a budget alternative to buying a 3D TV. The ViewSonic PJD5 Series DLP projectors have XGA and WXGA resolutions, operate at 120Hz - ideal for 3D viewing - and HDMI connectors so they can be used with a Sony PlayStation 3 or a 3D Blu-ray player



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