What's Trending 1/28: White House SOTU Social, Create with Google

By KBJR News 1

January 28, 2014 Updated Jan 28, 2014 at 5:37 PM CST

Duluth, MN (NNCNOW.com) - The White House wants people to get involved during the President's fifth State of the Union address.

Social media followers will be able to engage with administration officials and share their experience with their friends.

You can join the conversation by using #SOTUSocial on Twitter.

Tuesday is "Data Privacy Day" which prompts the question, "how good are you at protecting your information?"

Not good, according to a survey from McAfee and ADT. Here's why:

- The majority of smartphone and tablet users use a password, but nearly half say they share it.
- More than a third of people use their mobile devices to control their physical alarm systems.
- Many fail to use private passwords, leaving their device and their doors open for years.

The Lego Movie hits theaters on February 7th, but if you have a burning desire to get in touch with your childhood again, Google has the answer.

With Google's new site, Build with Chrome, you can let your imagination run wild. It allows you to build anything you want with multiple shapes and colors of Lego bricks. You can then share your creations with friends.

Google tells the Huffington Post it's a Chrome Experiment, which was made to push the boundaries of what's possible on the web.

If that's not enough, Google has even created a Lego version of Google Maps - allowing you to people Lego creations around the world.

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Written by Kevin Jacobsen
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