HItachi's latest screen—something that may pop up in future phones and other portable devices—combines everything you'd ever want (and didn't want) in one display. Meaning glasses-less 3D, 4.5 inch IPS-based LCD and a stunning 1280x720 resolution.
What better way for Toshiba to demonstrate that their Dynabook Qosmio T851/D8CR laptop can show 3D media in parts of the screen, by showing a dog leaping out of only half the screen?
Who gives a shit about 3D? Not me. But! I'm uber excited to see this technology hit our living room. The French have come up with a really, really, really creative way to get rid of those pesky 3D glasses. Watch.
Nikon's Android-running digital photo frame probably won't make it out of Japan, but unlike most frames the NF-300i actually sounds pretty cool. It converts any image from 2D to 3D, with the 3D visible to glasses-less eyes.