He's already been a champion for 3D, but can James Cameron give 4K more impetus and re-open the great HFR debate?
BlipJames Cameron's been busy scribbling in his notepad and has come up with not two, but three more Avatar stories.
Is it time to dig out the dusty old 3D glasses that have languished in the back of your drawer? No. Not yet.
InterviewTo coincide with the launch of Titanic 3D in the UK and US, TechRadar presents its exclusive James Cameron interview it got with the director back in late 2011.
News in BriefSometimes something comes along in life that's so unexpected you can barely understand just what is going on. This happened to TechRadar today when we were sent a link of the new giffgaff promo.
James Cameron may have teased us with the thought of Avatar sequels in 2013 and 2014, but producer Jon Landau has revealed that we shouldn't be holding our breath – with the 3D classic not getting its next episode until 2016.
James Cameron's partner Vince Pace has stated that the 3D in Avatar could have been taken further – admitting that there were times when they played safe with the most famous 3D movie of all time, and insisting that Hugo represents the evolution of the technology.