A team of tech savvy volunteers has descended on Philadelphia to help the Democrats get the word out for Hillary Clinton.
The first lady takes a subtle dig at the Twitter echo chamber, but social media can't get enough of her curtain-raiser at the Democratic National Convention.
Like their candidates, delegates to the convention are turning to the internet and social media to help raise money.
President Barack Obama throws his support to his former rival and everyone slams Republican nominee Donald Trump on the third night of the Democratic National Convention.
Technically Incorrect: Soon after Donald Trump's wife made her RNC speech, retweets and YouTube comparisons suggested that there might have been a touch of plagiarism.
During a weeklong trip to Asia, the president dined with chef Anthony Bourdain in Vietnam for an episode of "Parts Unknown" that will air in September.
The president puts the federal agency in charge of government responses to major hacks in a new policy directive.
The First Lady rocks out to Beyonce, Stevie Wonder and Missy Elliott with "The Late Late Show" host James Corden in a carpool tour around the White House grounds.
Google is to expand Internet access in Cuba as relations thaw with the US. But one expert warns American companies like Airbnb could be part of a 'virtual land grab'.
Technically Incorrect: As at least four police officers lie dead, former Rep. Joe Walsh takes to Twitter to threaten the president on behalf of "Real America."