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The company says that the ads will initially come from five political campaigns, including Mitt Romney's presidential bid, according to a report.
Because of an old law that makes it illegal to transmit (rather than merely communicate) election results, any Canadian tweeting a result might end up in the klink.
HP's annual shareholder meeting is mostly business as usual, despite a challenge to its director slate earlier this month. The company also makes it clear it's moved past the Mark Hurd era.
Majed Moughni ran for Congress last year and lost. Now he's suing Facebook, claiming the site shut down his page and cost him the election.
A handful of iPads are being used in Oregon to help citizens vote for their favorite candidates.
The Web giant makes changes to bring the most recent Web content to its search results, a move that affects about 35 percent of all searches.
Facebook's CEO is, according to Forbes, slightly more powerful than British Prime Minster David Cameron, infinitely more powerful than Sergey Brin, but still somewhat behind Bill Gates.
For Manolo Espinosa, head of audio at SoundCloud, a typical day can involve chasing down presidential candidates and trying to get journalists to use his popular service. CNET spent a day with him.
Conservative attorney accuses legal startup of concealing U.S. Supreme Court case relating to President Obama's eligibility for office. Turns out it's a programming error.
After a group of U.S. solar manufacturers file a trade complaint against China, some in the industry say they're afraid a trade war could erupt, which would be "damaging."