Building the MVC technology for 3D video into a Blu-ray player will cost 10 cents per device, and selling discs costs a penny a pop, according to newly released licensing terms.
Strobe worked hard on the open-source SproutCore technology, and Facebook likes it. CNET has learned that a startup called Tilde is working on commercializing it.
As Microsoft prepares to reveal details about the upcoming version of Windows at its Build conference next week, it will rely on its in-house video unit to evangelize to developers.
A start-up hoping to capitalize on the arrival of Web applications is releasing a major update to its tools for building those apps.
Researchers at European boffin-factory Fraunhofer have announced a new video-coding technique capable of streaming 3D films to your mobile, albeit over yet-to-be-launched-here LTE networks.
The Web development software has graduated from its beta status and is being released tomorrow with what the company says should be more polish.
Sky's made a huge commitment to 3D TV, but more people watch TV on Freeview than any other platform in the UK. The good news is it could probably manage 3D too
The software giant is going to be shipping MPL code with its MVC platform. This is progress.
Not only will the PlayStation 3 be able to play 3D games, but it's also approved to become a full-fledged 3D Blu-ray player.
PlayStation 3 owners will not need a new Blu-ray player to watch 3D films such as Up and Avatar, as the final specifications for 3D Blu-ray are announced