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All Xbox 360 titles coming to Xbox One backward compatibility on November 12

Microsoft finally announced the first 104 games that will drop for free using the Xbox One backward-compatibility feature, set to launch this week.

By November 9, 2015


Nokia jumps into virtual reality market with 360-degree Ozo camera

The camera taps eight synchronized shutters and eight microphones to capture 360-degree video and spatial audio.

By July 28, 2015


GoPro is ready to take your order for its 3D 360-degree camera rig

Starting today, professional content creators can apply for the 16-camera Odyssey for delivery in November to use with Google's Jump platform.

By September 8, 2015


Living in the Matrix with 360-degree video

Thanks to 360-degree video, you can have eyes in the front, sides and back of your head.

By August 5, 2015


Microsoft's HoloLens just showed me the future of luxury car buying

We got a glimpse at the Volvo S90 -- a car that doesn't yet exist -- using Microsoft's holographic headset.

By November 19, 2015


Get an Xbox One bundled with two games for $326

From the Cheapskate: One of those games will be Gears of War. The other: your choice! (Star Wars Battlefront, OMG, YES, YES!!)

By November 18, 2015


'Warcraft' teaser trailer shows Stormwind in 360 degrees

The trailer, released on YouTube, sees you flying on a gryphon over the vast city of Stormwind -- and you can view it in virtual reality.

By July 16, 2015


For YouTube, virtual reality means 3D video for everyone

The world's largest video site is preparing for what Silicon Valley increasingly believes will be a major shift in the way tech reaches into your everyday life.

By November 5, 2015


Woof Washer 360 is a delightfully absurd way to wash your dog

Power wash your pup with a weird garden hose attachment that looks enticing in concept, but may pose some challenges in real life.

By July 6, 2015


Forensic teams could fight crime with blacklight fingerprints (Tomorrow Daily 263 show notes)

After scientist Dr. Kang Liang experienced a home robbery, he spent time developing a new way to acquire fingerprints. This new technique is easy to use, develops in 30 seconds and offers bright, bold fingerprints for a forensic investigator to photograph.

By October 22, 2015