As if to prove that they are the two hippest, down-with-the-peeps ex-presidents around, George W. Bush and Bill Clinton enjoy a little mutual socially networked ribbing.
Spy outfit accidentally recorded calls by current and former US secretaries of state, says report, an awkward revelation given Germany's outcry over NSA.
Former US secretary of state tells a Twitter Q&A that social media has the power to help resolve conflict between nations.
She's not an official candidate for the 2016 run for the White House, but the former Secretary of State sounds as if she's close to stepping into the ring.
Insisting that if he knew of aliens he would tell Jimmy Kimmel, the president of the '90s suggests that though he hasn't yet seen any evidence of them on Earth, there's always tomorrow.
As we gear up for another year, here are 10 headlines that are (almost) sure to appear in the coming year.
For the final episode of "The Colbert Report," Stephen Colbert gathers up dozens of celebrity friends to sing the classic British song "We'll Meet Again."
The Internet Party is slated to come to the US in 2015, according to Dotcom, who describes himself as an "Internet freedom fighter."
It seemed like such a good name at the time, did Icis. And then suddenly it didn't. So a challenger to Google Glass must now find a new name.
To celebrate the world's first digital orchestra staying in sync with Skype, Microsoft features a video showing an array of MacBooks. A new Redmond?