Toshiba's new 55LZ2 3D TV can provide 3D viewing for up to nine people without any of them having to wear those ridiculous glasses. Huzzah!
Tiny British company Kazam is one of the first to bring an octa-core phone to Europe, with its new dramatically named flagship.
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Normally $79.99, this surprisingly powerful audio box is actually small enough to fit in a pocket.
The Android smartphone, which LG Electronics will show off next week at Mobile World Congress, has a big screen and a 1.7GHz quad-core chip.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is set to reveal an even bigger screen and throbbing quad-core processor as soon as next month.
3D TV may be a flop in many ways, but there's no doubt it's here to stay as a feature on many higher-end TVs. If you're curious about 3D, here's the place to find out more.
Toshiba says its glasses-free 3D TV will make it to U.S. shores by the first quarter of 2012.
3D TV that's as natural to watch as the regular 3D world is the holy grail of video. With the 55LZ2, Toshiba is betting the technology is mature enough to sell.
Sony has created a sheet that turns any laptop into a glasses-free 3D machine, consigning 3D specs to the dustbin of history.
On-screen doodling is now a reality with LG's new TV. Two styluses let you draw whatever you like, which could spell danger if a child picks up the wrong pen.