FACEBOOK JUST ROLLED OUT 3D PHOTOS IN NEWS FEED AND VIA VIRTUAL REALITY

Photos on Facebook's News Feed and when the social network is viewed via virtual reality are going 3D, and people don't even need those cheesy cardboard glasses. The social network announced in a blog post that people can now take photos in portrait mode using their compatible dual-lens smartphones, and those images can be shared...

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