Amazon's 3D Phone Apparently Uses Four Cameras to Track Your Face

Earlier this year, the WSJ reported that Amazon was working on a 3D phone that no one really wants. Now TechCrunch reveals what's behind the 3D tech and it's not actual 3D. It's four front-facing cameras at each corner of the device that can track eye and head movements to make the phone's screen look 3D. » 10/02/13 10:23pm 10/02/13 10:23pm

Sharp's 3D Smartphone Is a Few Months Away, No Glasses Required

Sharp doesn't have a huge handset presence outside of Asia, but according to a spokesperson this week that's all about to change in a big way. The company says they're putting their glasses-free 3D panels in a smartphone in 2010. » 8/04/10 8:20am 8/04/10 8:20am