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You've heard the hype about 3D printing but how does it actually work? Andrew Walker explains it's like baking a sliced loaf of bread backwards
If TVs were people I'd marry it
JJ Abrams soaks the screen with colour, but a flared nostril and swirling coat steal the show
It was announced today that there will be a new game in the Zelda series created for the 3DS, but in a surprising twist, it will be set in the world of The Legend of Zelda: A Link to the Past.
Ready to upgrade to a smart TV? Or move from HD to 3D? Here are the swankiest new sets on the market.
Tokyo Crash Mobs takes us to a place where logic is made to feel unwelcome... in the best Nintendo kind of way of course.
With Nintendo making a habit of revising their handhelds ever since the arrival of the Game Boy Pocket – a smaller, slinkier version of the original and vintage Game Boy – it’s perhaps no surprise to see a new version of the 3DS arrive on to store shelves.
The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Mickey and the Three Musketeers unveiled.
A 3D monitor created for Sony's PlayStation console has gone on sale in the UK and Europe.
Are you sad to be back at work? Are you still hungover from a week ago? Are your trousers a little more snug than you remember?
This morning HTC announced its latest product – a high-spec smartphone with added 3D. David Phelan has quality time with the HTC Evo 3D.
It certainly is not Avatar. Sumptuous costumes, golden keys opening doors to reveal orgies in imperial China and plenty of erotic action in lurid 3D – Sex and Zen: Extreme Ecstasy, the world's first major three-dimensional pornographic movie, is generating a lot of excitement in China.
The new 3D film to take the silver screen by storm is Sanctum, the cave-diving adventure produced by the man behind 2009’s biggest hit, Avatar. Laura Davis takes a look at what - other than the extra dimension - makes the film stand out.
David Haye hopes heavy underdog Audley Harrison is at his enigmatic best on Saturday in order to give the paying public "more than a minute's worth of entertainment".
The woes are piling up at Nintendo as it sank into its first loss for seven years during the last quarter on slowing sales, the strong yen and an increasingly competitive gaming market.
Toshiba believes it has a solution for television viewers who like 3D but hate the glasses.