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Reactions to 3DTV

The people have spoken.

By Oct. 18, 2010

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Panasonic's first passive 3DTV, the ET5

Sharon Vaknin gives a preview of the new Panasonic 3DTV, that lets you use standard theater 3D glasses.

By Jan. 10, 2012

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Ep. 1447: Mirrored boats and 3DTV hate

Brian Cooley joins the show today to talk about the new privacy bill of rights--which apparently does nothing that browser Do Not Track buttons don't do, and exempts the federal government while doing it. "It" being "nothing." Also, T-Mobile tries to win new customers with new unlimited plans, Apple may get into the Netflix-killing game, and whether we should ban the "Twilight" books just to save ourselves from Facebook scams. --Molly

By Apr. 13, 2011

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3DTV sales rise, but do owners care about the third dimension?

According to a new study, 3D LCD TV shipments are up and continuing to rise. But buying 3DTVs and playing 3D content are two very different things.

By Nov. 22, 2011

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Ep. 9: Military-grade laptops, 3DTV testing, and Black Friday deals

This week, we spot an Apple pop-up store in NYC, check out a nearly bullet-proof rugged laptop, find out how Sony's PS3 3DTV scored, and dish out a few tips for getting great Black Friday deals.

By Nov. 22, 2011

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Ep. 8: Tech toys; more ultrabooks; Kindle Fire; and the PS3 3DTV

This week we get hands-on with the Kindle Fire, the latest super-slim laptops, tech toys from the CNET Gotham pop-up store, and Sony's new PS3-branded 24-inch 3DTV.

By Nov. 14, 2011

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Report: 3DTV sales to more than double in 2011

Over 4 million 3DTVs will be sold worldwide by the end of 2010, and about 5 million such sets will be purchased in the U.S. alone next year, according to Futuresource Consulting.

By Nov. 29, 2010

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Buzz Out Loud 1447: Mirrored boats and 3DTV hate (Podcast)

Brian Cooley joins the show today to talk about the new privacy bill of rights--which apparently does nothing that browser Do Not Track buttons don't do, and exempts the federal government while doing it. "It" being "nothing." Also, T-Mobile tries to win new customers with new unlimited plans, Apple may get into the Netflix-killing game, and whether we should ban the "Twilight" books just to save ourselves from Facebook scams. --Molly

By Apr. 13, 2011

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Survey: 3DTV adoption to hit 15 million next year

Futuresource Consulting study finds nearly 15 million 3DTVs will be in U.S. homes by the end of 2012. Moreover, 3D Blu-ray films will take up a larger slice of disc sales going forward.

By Mar. 7, 2011

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CNET Labscast 8: Tech toys; more ultrabooks; Kindle Fire; and the PS3 3DTV

This week, we get hands-on with the Kindle Fire, the latest superslim laptops, tech toys from the CNET Gotham pop-up store, and Sony's new PS3-branded 24-inch 3DTV.

By Nov. 15, 2011