Browsing Tag

ESPN

Events Learning Center Products Technology News

3D Playstation 3 Games Now Available

Today is a big day for Sony Playstation 3 owners and anyone who is planning to buy one. For the first time ever, PS3 is offering 3D games. The good news was revealed yesterday in Culver City, CA at conference focusing on the latest 3D technology. Some of Sony’s top executives watched a presentation in 3D featuring 3D content from ESPN, the Discovery Channel, and Sony’s internal divisions. Some of the content…

Continue Reading

Learning Center Products Technology News

How Much Do You Love Cable?

Currently, cable, satellite, and Telecomm providers have more than 100 million TV subscribers even with the 800,000 customers who have left their cable providers. Alternatively, consumers are using web-based videos like Hulu, downloadable programming from web sites like iTunes, DVD subscription services like Blockbuster On-Line, and lastly, plain, old, basic cable via external antenna. Make no mistake; the number of cable, satellite, and Telecomm subscribers dwarfs the number of those who have…

Continue Reading

Events Learning Center Products Technology News

Abe Explains 3D TV on NBC

Tune in to NBC tonight at 5pm. Abe A., custom audio and video specialist will be answering all your 3D TV questions. This is the first year that TV programming and movies are available in your home, so there are a lot of unanswered questions about the new technology. Here are the most frequently asked questions about 3D TV: Q: If I buy a 3D TV today, can I watch 3D movies…

Continue Reading

Events Learning Center Products Technology News

3D ESPN Channel Coming Soon

Have you ever wanted to see a Bears game in 3D? Would you want to? Well, it might be a reality soon enough. ESPN is launching the first 3D TV station June 11. The first broadcast will be a FIFA World Cup soccer match between South Africa and Mexico. ESPN also announced they will show 85 games, including the World Cup match, over the next 12 months. Games will include college football…

Continue Reading