HELSINKI, July 29- Finland's Nokia, once the world's largest phone maker, has unveiled a spherical camera designed for making 3 D movies and games that can be watched and played with virtual reality headsets. Nokia is going through restructuring after selling its mobile phone business to Microsoft last year and following that up with a proposed 15.6 billion...» Read More
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