As for top-searched gadgets, three of the top five on the list are made by Apple -- iPhone 5, iPad 3, and iPad Mini.
The social network's "Talk Meter" finds more users than ever buzzed about Election Day, particularly those who are young, male, and in Washington, D.C.
Microsoft's search engine creates an election page that gives partisan users the option of modifying their news all the way to the right or all the way to the left.
The role of the Internet grows every election. Soon its uniqueness will no longer be unique -- and, argues Marc Andreessen, elections will be entirely online.
The social network launches its one-stop shop for up-to-date information on the presidential election, state races, and ballot propositions.
Be sure to check out these helpful apps to make the most out of Election Day 2012.
From blog parodies and zingers pinging in the Twittersphere to data that candidates are collecting about you, Sumi Das reports on just how technology is changing the presidential election.
With the presidential campaign in full swing, one handy way to stay on top of the latest political news is through your mobile device. CNET's Kara Tsuboi brings you some of the best smartphone and tablet apps to keep you informed.
CNN and Facebook partner up to make your voting a much more public experience -- up to and including an app that lets you broadcast who and what you voted for, should you desire.
The @MichelleObama Twitter account debuts today with welcome tweets from staff and the first lady herself.