The minute a strange and wonderful image of a couple kissing in the road during the Vancouver riots emerged on the Web, everyone wanted to know who they were. Their identity seems to have emerged first on Facebook.
CNET's Ina Fried rides zip line through San Francisco and interviews gold medalist Ashleigh McIvor as Canadian tourism officials take Olympic act on the road.
roundup At what some have dubbed the first Twitter Games, CNET looks at the many ways tech is changing the world's largest sporting event.
But it's a skier from Ghana, not the Apple operating system, that has caught people's eye at the Winter Games.
Omega's high-end digital camera provides a unique look at some of the closest calls of the Winter Games. Meanwhile, geek bobsledder Steven Holcomb sets his eyes on the four-man after missing the podium in two-man event.
VanOC plans to move some of the current fencing around the Olympic cauldron and add a rooftop observation point providing an unobstructed view.
The Internet giants have gone to extraordinary lengths to make sure their mapping programs are ready for the Winter Olympics.
NBC Olympics keeps you in the loop with news, photos, videos, and a complete roster of event dates and times. Best of all, it's a freebie.
As the Olympics gets into full swing, you may find yourself having an urge to pick up Sega's Vancouver 2010 and do a little Olympics video gaming. Before you buy, here's a quick look at what the game has to offer.
Powering the Winter Games requires more than 5,000 kilometers of cabling, 6,000 computers, and a willingness to break with tradition.