A coup attempt in Turkey is the latest example of how internet-connected phones are the tool du jour of politicians and protesters.
Politics in America are as controversial as ever. Two San Francisco-based candidates are trying to make things simpler. With Pokemon.
After facing questions about how its widely used trending-topics feature is managed, the social network says it's going to ensure employees are aware of how political bias can affect their work and the company's products.
A British grandson posted a snap of his nan's laptop screen -- in which the 86-year-old adds "please" and "thank you" to her Google search.
Wookiee Medal-gate: A sly video from "The Star Wars Show" calls out Leia's marriage to a smuggler, lack of royal blood and more.
The tech giant's CEO rejects the idea that his company is scheming to pay little or no taxes on its overseas revenues.
"I wonder is this unbelievable?" Spacey asks himself of storylines in the Netflix political drama. "Then I turn on the television and watch the news."
The US presidential primaries may not yet have outdone Leonardo DiCaprio, but the memes are mounting. Twitter's top curator picks the microblogging service's best political Moments so far.
This week, Ted Cruz canned an aide for throwing some social-media shade at a rival. It's yet another example in the tawdry tradition of political undoings that started with a status update.
Yes, Donald Trump is competing with Star Wars for headlines again, so why not combine the two?