The good news: the beloved 'Star Wars' series is coming back to theaters, and in 3D no less. The fan favorite franchise is getting converted and brought back the big screen, starting in 2012. The bad news is that Lucas will be starting with 'The Phantom Menace' and basing the releases of the films off of the net profits of the first. That means if you want to see 'Empire,' you need to buy a ticket for 'Phantom Menace.
Back in December of last year, ESPN televised the first 3D NBA game - the Miami Heat vs. the New York Nicks. Since then they've shown six more games, which isn't a huge number by any stretch of the imagination. Thankfully, for fans of basketball and 3D, that's all about to change.
Satellite and cable providers alike are rushing to be the first to offer regular and high quality 3D content. Not only because 3D is the potential future of TV, but because fans of 3D are early adopters and likely willing to change providers to get the content they want.
It wasn't far back - just a month or so - that Roku announced a 24/7 Wealth TV feed for their set-top boxes. While Wealth TV isn't the biggest channel out there, the fact that they were able to pull this off was impressive.