"Avatar" is finally available on 3D Blu-ray from October 16, but after a three-year wait is 3D still enough of a draw to warrant buying it again? Vote in CNET's poll.
When you buy an item of new Panasonic Blu-ray home cinema kit, you'll be rewarded with the original Star Wars saga on Blu-ray.
The movie was previously available only to Panasonic customers. The global rollout will begin October 15, followed by an October 16 launch in North America.
Buying physical copies of movies seems to make little sense these days, even if they provide digital versions with the purchase, given the frustration involved.
Plonk your favourite geek in front of the TV this Christmas with our pick of the best TV series and films on DVD and Blu-ray.
Panasonic currently has the rights to "Avatar" on Blu-ray 3D. But a new report suggests that it will stay that way through the first two months of 2012.
To get the new 3D Blu-ray version of the movie, Avatar fans need to either buy a new Panasonic set, have bought one in the past eight months, or opt for the company's 3D Full HD Ultimate Pack.
In December the 3D version of the "Avatar" Blu-ray disc will be made available exclusively to purchasers of Panasonic 3D plasma TVs.
According to a new report, the next Xbox will come with a Blu-ray drive, built-in Kinect functionality and two AMD graphics chips.
The 'ultimate' 2D version of Avatar is about to hit stores but fans will have to wait a lot longer until the 3D edition hits stores.