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It's election year, when candidates hit the campaign trail and craft sound bites they hope will win votes while attacking the opposition. More than ever, 2016 will be the year the politicians, pundits, pollsters and people turn to Facebook, Twitter and other social media to deliver their messages. CNET News' reporters will be there to help you cut through the noise and figure out what they're really talking about.
Ukraine's Internet Party, which has been adding levity and subtle satire to the country's tense politics for a few years now, is making a statement with sci-fi again. Yes, this is all true.
James Bell, who worked for the aircraft maker for 38 years, becomes Apple's sole African-American director.
The search giant will reportedly provide its services, as planned, despite protesters who say that amounts to tacit support for Donald Trump and his inflammatory rhetoric.
Data from recent polls finds big-time fictional villains are viewed more favorably than the actual candidates hoping to lead the free world.
CNN releases a hilarious video parody of Adult Swim's "Too Many Cooks" that shows just how crowded the field of candidates for the 2016 presidential election is becoming.
The Fox News presenter says iPads and the like made it easier to present a candidate's image that was "false" to narcissistic young people.
Federal regulator finds the cryptocurrency qualifies as "money or something of value" but imposes restriction on its use.
Halloween and elections are approaching, and sometimes it's tough to tell which is scarier. Join the CraveCast cabal Wednesday at noon Pacific when we'll talk about remaking democracy in our own image and siccing bears on the undead.
A troubling development in the expected victory of President Ilham Aliyev comes when new technology confirmed the old guard's win before anyone had voted.