Celebrate President’s Day in virtual reality with Google’s latest VR tours

Thanks to a new partnership between Google Arts & Culture and no fewer than 30 cultural institutions, the internet giant is bringing you a huge update to the American Democracy collection.

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Uber finally lets Android Wear owners hail rides with their smartwatches

Attention Android Wear smartwatch owners — you can finally hail an Uber from your wrist. Support for the Wear app was announced at I/O 2015, but it has taken the ride-booking company a whopping 21 months to deliver.

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Common Google Pixel problems and the solutions to deal with them

Google’s latest smartphone — the Pixel — may be running new hardware, but it still has its fair share of problems. Thankfully, we’ve rounded up some of the more common issues, along with a few solutions for addressing them.

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Goodbye static backgrounds: Our favorite free live wallpapers for Android

Tired of traditional Android wallpapers that serve as nothing more than bland backdrops? Well, these live wallpapers will add a little finesse to your Android device without draining your phone’s battery.

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How to Secure Your Home From Corporate Snoopers

Looks like corporate Big Brother might be watching your every move. Last week Vizio was forced to pay millions for secretly snooping on customers, but the TV tech giant isn’t the first corporation to go 1984 on your home. Amazon and Google have microphones in every room thanks to the Echo and Home, and Samsung and

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