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Penthouse Magazine Launches 3D Adult Programming Channel

The channel will offer 30 hours of new 3D programming every month, and may be the thing that pushes 3D into the mainstream.


CES 2011: Where Tablet PCs and 3D TVs Ruled

My pockets are stuffed full of business cards from people I do not remember meeting and I can't find my pants. That can only mean one thing: I just returned from the Consumer Electronics Show.

HDTVs at CES: Small Steps In The Big Picture

The theme for 2011's HDTVs is clear--subtle, but substantial improvements over last year's sets.


The Best of CES 2011

Great looking tablets, superfast phones and the return of the boom box. Here's what we loved at this year's show.


Biggest Fails of CES 2011

We braved the CES crowds, battled long lines, and even suffered food poisoning. Was it worth it? Hell, yeah! We loved it all, even this collection of CES misfit gadgets, show floor blunders, and industry let-downs. Hey, you can't win them all. For the flipside of this slideshow see: CES Picks: Stuff We Loved


Mitsubishi Unfurls a 92-inch 3D TV

New monster set may be the largest 3DTV on the market.


Glasses-Free 3D: Sooner Than You Think?

Glasses-free 3D showed up everywhere at CES 2011. Check out the good, bad, and ugly glasses-free 3D--and find out why it might be coming sooner than you think.


iPONT's 65-inch Glasses-Free 3D TV

iPONT's unique glasses-free 3D TV setup is capable of taking existing 3D video meant for normal glasses-3D TVs and showing it in glorious no-glasses 3D.


Toshiba's 65-inch Glasses-Free 3D TV In Action

Everyone wants a glasses-free 3D TV. Take a look at Toshiba's prototype from the CES 2011 show floor.