With his comment about having "binders full of women," the Republican presidential candidate stirs much online activity -- especially on Amazon.
Mitt Romney's comment about seeing "binders full of women" while fielding candidates as Massachusetts governor spurs a blog and Twitter account, while Jeremy the concerned college student now has the whole country job-hunting for him.
A placeholder for a quote from Google's CEO in a prematurely released earnings report spurs Twitter creativity.
Using this nifty photo-effects app for Android, you can create and share your own mashup photos.
Slim iPad holder that sports a set of grommets along one side lets you clip your tablet into any three-ring binder. Is it convenience or stealth?
Sure, it's just a gimmick, but a potentially useful one for people who prefer analog note-taking. Just one problem: where do you keep your pen?
Your Android KitKat refuses to accept some words exist -- at least in polite company. Indeed, there are 1,400 unacceptable words. Including "lactation."
First it was blogging, then came status updates. Now the ways in which people express themselves online are morphing yet again.
The second debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney generated 7.2 million tweets, down substantially from 10.3 million during the first showdown between the two presidential candidates.
commentary The unfolding of breaking news on social media can create a dangerous well of misinformation, witch-hunting, and egomaniacal info-spewing. Time for some ground rules for the Internet.