Virtual reality White House tour provides unprecedented 360 degree experience

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Outgoing President Barack Obama has recorded and narrated VR tour with Michelle’s help. President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama have created a virtual reality White House tour during their last days living there. They used Oculus VR headsets and Facebook 360 degree video to record and narrate the experience. This first ever virtual reality tour of the White House was initially released just before the weekend. The virtual reality White House tour is titled “The People’s House.” It was produced by Montreal-based Felix & Paul Studios, which has…

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Wearable technology spotted on President Obama

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The president was seen wearing a Fitbit smartband over the weekend while attending an NCAA game. President Barack Obama attended an NCAA game between Princeton and Green Bay, in which his niece was playing, and while he was there, it was noticed that he was sporting his own wearable technology. Initial reports were unclear as to whether the device was a fitness band or a smartwatch. The product, itself, was later determined to be a wearable technology device called the Fitbit Surge. That gadget markets itself as being a “superwatch”.…

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Mobile devices bill signed by Obama allows for “unlocking”

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The president has now added his signature to the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act. U.S. President Barak Obama was in the White House Oval Office when he signed the Unlocking Consumer Choice and Wireless Competition Act that was created to help to improve the choices available to consumers and to enhance competition in the wireless industry by giving consumers the opportunity to unlock their mobile devices, among other options. This was a bipartisan bill that is meant to make it easier for Americans to be able to switch…

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Social networking may dictate the outcome of the next presidential election

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Social media has become an integral part of society. What was once considered nothing more than a fad that could placate the need for self expression is now a veritable promotional platform for anyone looking for attention on the Internet. This became abundantly clear in the presidential race leading up to the 2008 election. The election showed the power of social media – something candidates for the upcoming presidential election will not overlook. Barack Obama may have set the bar quite high for those looking to take over the presidency.…

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