The 2010 World Cup will be offered in 3D TV by three networks this year. But at $2,260 for the equipment and service, it's an expensive proposition.
Nothing to watch on your 3D TV? DirecTV 3D is on the way.
3D TV maker Panasonic has plenty of pitches. Which make sense?
ESPN 3D is the latest move for a TV technology that's getting massive investment by retailers, governments, and content providers like Discovery.