Hasbro's mad-looking my3D is a device that looks like a pair of binoculars -- stick your iPhone in it and you can view 3D content.
The future of notebooks added another wrinkle at Computex last weekend: Acer's announcement of an upcoming 3D laptop running Windows 7 raises even more questions than it answers.
The new My3D gadget latches onto an iPhone and iPod Touch, turning them into 3D devices that can tap into the small number of free 3D apps currently available at Apple's App Store.
Researchers in France develop a way to display glasses-free 3D images on mobile gadgets such as the iPad and iPhone by tapping into the front-facing camera.
Set to unveil a new $30 device called My3D that looks like a classic View-Master, Hasbro is looking to deliver 3D content to iPhone and iPod Touch users.