I’ve got some bad news for you early adopter folks. If you purchased a 3DTV recently in hopes to revel in everything Pandora has to offer in the comfort of your own living room, this won’t be happening until 2012. Earlier this month Panasonic became the exclusive seller of Avatar 3D on Blu-ray; if you want a 3D copy of the flick you must purchase a Panny VIERA 3DTV. The exclusive deal was expected to end sometime next year, but the electronics manufacturer has confirmed that the deal will run through February 2012. Happy bidding!
Yesterday PlayStation 3 system software update version 3.50 started to roll out to PS3 users, bringing with it 3D Blu-ray playback support. Way back in February SCEA’s John Koller announced that the PS3 would receive 3D gaming and movies support. It took four months to make good on the 3D gaming promise, and a bit longer to unleash 3D Blu-ray support. Now that it’s here, fire up your PS3 and search for the new firmware update in the settings menu. Remember, you need a 3D-compatible TV for the full effect (for any effect, for that matter). In addition to 3D movie playback, version 3.5o also brings better Facebook integration and a new greif reporting function.