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UK retail unconvinced by 3D

UK retailers remain unconvinced of the value of cloud computing and 3D technology, despite the fact they have been two of the hottest topics in the tech industry this year and are being heavily pushed by some of the biggest firms in the market. The PCR Channel Survey canvassed 100 …

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HMV launches 3D GT5 competition

High Street retailer HMV is hosting a Gran Turismo 5 3D gaming tournament to celebrate the game’s release. Sony Bravia 3DTVs are being installed in stores across the UK allowing participants to try and become the UK champion. Heats will kick off on November 27th with the fastest two players …

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Over 50 3D PS3 games in the works

Sony is assembling an arsenal of over fifty 3D games in its new assault on the home console market – with over twenty of those titles being built internally. Ahead of his ‘3D gaming’ keynote at this week’s Develop in Liverpool conference, SCEE studio director Mick Hocking said he will …

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PSN+ members get Killzone 3 beta

PS3 owners who have signed up to the PSN+ online service can download and play the Killzone 3 beta – for one day only. The beta allows gamers to experience the upcoming PS3 exclusive FPS before its February 2011 release. Sony made the following announcement on its European PlayStation Blog …

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UK says no to 3D TV this Christmas

Any hopes of 3D TV being high on consumer’s Christmas wish lists this year appear to have vanished as a new survey suggests that the appetite for the technology in the UK is almost non-existent. A study from price comparison site Twenga, reported by Reg Hardware, which polled over 3,000 …

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Enslaved getting 3D DLC

Namco Bandai has announced that the first DLC for the recently released action outing Enslaved will add 3D visuals to the game. Furthermore, as well as allowing owners of 3D TVs to play the entire game in full stereoscopic 3D, it will also allow owners of regular 2D TVs to …

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James Cameron slams 3D TV tech

One of the leading lights of the 3D entertainment movement has said that the current problems dogging the 3D TV market – i.e. the need to wear glasses – mean that the technology can’t hope to make a mainstream breakthrough for another decade. Well, we see the world in 3D,” …

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