A Look Inside the Amazon Lab Behind Tomorrow's 3D Smartphone

Tomorrow, Amazon unveils its entry into the smartphone arena, a long-rumored device that supposedly uses eye-tracking tech to create the first 3D smartphone display. BloombergBusinessweek spoke to some of Amazon's mad scientists for the inside story on Lab126, the skunkworks tasked with making the 3D phone a reality. » 6/17/14 3:00pm 6/17/14 3:00pm

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