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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
BICS 2 to hit the market in 2016.
Looks to capture the creative market.
Amazon has announced its entry into the smartphone arena with the Amazon Fire.
Nvidia has launched a set of beta drivers that improve SLI and 3D support for a range of titles.
The BBC has stopped all 3D program production due to lack of interest.
Spintronics prototype proves concept.
Quickly create 3D scans of objects or environments.
The launch of Intel's forthcoming Ivy Bridge CPUs might be delayed by as much as three months.
Sports Interactive has announced this year’s release of Football Manager, and its new features.
Sony has hyped the return of virtual reality headsets in the future.
We take a look at glasses-free 3D technology, and see how close it is to entering the living room.
We interview screen makers to see why we've only seen TN gaming screens, and what's in the future.
We chat to indie developers about their thoughts on stereoscopic 3D in games.
Find out what content to look forward to this week.
Intels detail a new 3D transistor production technique will allow the production of 22nm transistors
Eye wear specialists Oakley does its best to make 3D compatible glasses desirable
We talk to Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford about finishing Forever, and retaining 3D Realms' vision.
Bit-Gamer's resident columnist has a change of heart regarding the 3DS and ponders the NGP.
LG unveils the Optimus 3D at Mobile World Congress.
Can the follow-up to the excellent Arena headset live up to expectations?
Lenovo has unveiled a new 3D monitor with a built-in stereoscopic webcam.
No specs or 'sweet spot' required, but they're not going to be cheap.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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