3D has been all the rage for the past few years. It seems like every other film has a 3D aspect to it, our TVs have 3D capabilities, and we can even print functional objects using increasingly affordable 3D printers. And after some trial and error (ahem, Evo 3D), it's finally taking shape on mobiles.
While the Evo 3D (as well as a couple of offerings from LG) were largely seen as failures in terms of three-dimensional capabilities, Amazon's upcoming smartphone will likely feature a new way to navigate menus and apps with its four low-energy IR cameras.
Then there's the new Google Camera and... more