Described in a newly published patent application that originally dates back to 1997, the goggles would display content from your mobile device.
If you like Nintendo games, you're used to revisiting classic franchises. Is New Super Mario Bros. 2 the perfect return visit for the Nintendo 3DS, or is it one retread too many?
With all of the discussion about the merits, or lack thereof, in 3D entertainment, we haven't yet stopped to ask if it's going to make your eyeballs explode. Let's rectify that.
For this week's giveaway, we're serving up the SRS Labs iWow 3D audio enhancement adapter for the iPhone, iPod, and iPad.
On today's show, we celebrate the dubious holiday that is Foursquare Day (coming tomorrow), Skype has an Android vulnerability that Donald thinks might just be a feature, and Nintendo is going HD just in time for people to stop buying video games. Also, Best Buy says DVD windowing is totally working, if you enjoy manipulating customers into continuing to pay for a dying format. And Priceline founder Jay Walker sues most of the Internet. --Molly
Last year's CES saw 3D TV's debut with active-shutter technology. This year brought the first passive polarized lenses, creating a messaging split in a still-nascent industry.
At the D: All Things Digital conference, Walt Mossberg sits down with 3D evangelist and DreamWorks Animation CEO Jeffrey Katzenberg to talk consumer electronics and, of course, 3D's place in the movie world.
A photographer at the Olympics in Vancouver used a dual-SLR camera rig to take 3D images.
The 3D Blu-ray release of the blockbuster is inevitable, it's just a question of when. Director James Cameron and studio Fox float conflicting information.
Today we've got 404 listener Leopold's take on our theme song, Back to the Future/The 404 mash-up fan art, and a prize giveaway courtesy of Otterbox!