You might think today's One More Thing is for real, but it's actually just a hologram.
The latest research from computing giant IBM claims that consumers should be able to buy mobile phones by 2015 that will project small 3D holographic images of the person they are calling.
Remember virtual reality headsets back in the 1990s? And how they suggested the promise of a glorious 3D entertainment future? Well, it seems that they still might do.
If you have ever felt the need to navigate 3D holographic displays with your iPhone, then fear no longer, because a new app will allow you to do exactly that.
Sony's 3D express train continues going at top speed with the announcement that the company is set to show off a new 360-degree 3D prototype display.
Holographic lasers that can project a touchscreen onto any surface could soon be a reality after new funding was acquired by the developers.
Guinness has unveiled its idea of the pub of the future, complete with robotic doorman, holographic snooker tables and 3D football matches.
CNN pulled out all the stops last night for its US Election coverage and beamed in a hologram presenter to report on the on-going, drawn-out voting process.