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    Did you know people make 360-degree videos now and post them to YouTube? Truth be told, I did not. In fact, you may wonder how to view something like that on a static phone or computer display. Luckily, Windows Phone and Windows 8.1 users now have an answer: Video 360.

    Video 360 is a brand new app from Webrox. You may recall that they are the same folks behind the popular Tubecast app for viewing YouTube videos (and casting to your TV through Xbox). Similar to that app, Video 360 is available for both devices with a 'buy once, get everywhere' model.

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    07-10-2015 01:00 PM

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