Speaking at a Democratic Party fund-raiser, the president says social media lets us see the minute details of the world's hardships.
The president's acceptance speech also helps push tweets about the Democratic National Convention to the 4 million mark on the final day.
The "social-media president" continues to try to harness the power of Facebook with a new app that lets users share that they're watching the Democratic National Convention.
YouTube spokesperson says block message appeared in error, but video has since been marked as private.
After embracing President Obama, Google now finds itself facing off against the president's pick to run the Federal Trade Commission. The irony: a Republican FTC wouldn't have Google in its crosshairs.
Vodafone responded to recent criticisms of its network with a pledge to expedite its plans to introduce the 850MHz frequency to its network. We take to the streets to see if these upgrades are making a difference.
Event on the last evening of the Democratic convention brings together Mountain View geeks, Washington insiders, and Hollywood celebrities.
How are the Democratic delegates getting out their party's message while at the DNC? Are they texting like Obama? Social networking on Twitter or Facebook? Or relying on the old standards: phone and e-mail?
Search giant tells bureaucrats in Denver for the Democratic convention that its applications can make governments run more efficiently and on a smaller budget.
There are 15,000 members of the media credentialed for the Democratic National Convention and 120 of them represent blogs. That may seem like just be a drop in the bucket, but as CNET's Kara Tsuboi explores the blogger lounge known as "The Big Tent,"it's clear the nontraditional media presence is growing in force and voice.