Fully Charged: Vine lands on Windows Phone, Lytro gets another dimention and Viber goes all walkie-talkie

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Vine hits Windows Phone 8

Micro video app Vine has just arrived on Windows Phone 8, giving owners of Microsoft-powered smartphones the ability to film, share and view looping six second clips. Previously Vine had only been available on iOS and Android. WP8 users can download the free app here.

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Lytro camera goes 3D with latest update

The Lytro light field camera has just got another special ability: 3D photographs. ‘Living pictures’ taken with the innovative camera (you can read our review here) can now be formatted for three dimensional viewing using the iOS or Mac and Windows desktop apps, and then shown on a 3D TV. [Source: Lytro blog]

Viber’s new push-to-talk feature turns your phone into a walkie-talkie

Messaging service Viber has just updated its iOS and Android apps, and among the new features is push-to-talk. That means you can hold down the button and speak and friends will hear you instantly – so it’s basically like having a free walkie-talkie function on your phone. Other new features include tablet support, improved notifications and the ability to have 100 participants in a single conversation.

You can download it for Android here and iOS here.

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