Tired of following the run for America's president? Gaming Web site IGN calls on voters (including those under 18) to cast a ballot in the video game presidential election.
Office of the Indian prime minister changes its Twitter handle and won't give access to newly elected PM Narendra Modi.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation is ordering the three ride-sharing apps to halt all vehicle operations "immediately." However, the companies say there aren't grounds for such demands.
The Microsoft chairman bemoans the fact that there isn't enough power in the U.S. presidency and wishes it were a little more "like the U.K."
Carpool to President-elect Obama's inauguration and enjoy Sony BMG songs on Project Playlist.
The doodle may not be very interactive, but clicking on it gives users details about Election Day.
FiveThirtyEight statistician and blogger Nate Silver has taken fire for his polling aggregation methods. But he and others may be able to hit the final numbers spot on. CNET tracks the data.
Don Reisinger thinks the tech industry needs to be a central concern to the Obama administration. But with other pressing issues facing the president-elect, will that happen?
This week, we joined a "Gangnam Style" flash mob, repelled water with our bodies, and voted for a video game hero for president.
Director Robert Mueller tells Congress that police are "increasingly unable" to bring criminals to justice because rapid advances in technology thwart surveillance.