The national library of the United Kingdom releases software that lets iPod, iPad, and Android users explore many of its treasures.
In a bid to unhex the Siri-seduced, Motorola videos purport to show that Apple's Siri is the slowest assistant in town.
Barnes & Noble is offering Nook buyers $100 of free classic books and study guides to kick off the back-to-school season.
Sunglasses maker sets its sights on the burgeoning 3D movie and TV industry with its first line of 3D glasses.
The 3D TV era is just beginning, and RealD snags Samsung as a partner that will use its technology. Don't expect to lose the 3D glasses anytime soon, though.
The movie can be seen with three 3D projection technologies: Imax, Real D, and Dolby 3D. Herewith, I declare a winner in technical quality.
The slow news days gives us an outlet to do what we do best--veer off course and offer insight into what's going on in our heads!
Robert Zemeckis' film will premiere in REAL D and other large-format 3D theaters.
Intended to promote 3D films soon available in theaters, the version many saw on their televisions Monday night didn't do the 3D movement any favors.