Carpool to President-elect Obama's inauguration and enjoy Sony BMG songs on Project Playlist.
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?
From the role the Internet plays in presidential campaigning to American tech companies and their rights abroad, former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright lays down her vision for the future of American politics. CNET News.com's Kara Tsuboi talks with Albright about policy, her favorite gadget, and why she feels she has no e-mail etiquette.
Office of the Indian prime minister changes its Twitter handle and won't give access to newly elected PM Narendra Modi.
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.
Director Robert Mueller tells Congress that police are "increasingly unable" to bring criminals to justice because rapid advances in technology thwart surveillance.
Director Robert Mueller says FBI needs to be able to "capture communications" of people under surveillance, but declines to elaborate on renewed lobbying effort reported by CNET two weeks ago.
CNET learns the FBI is quietly pushing its plan to force surveillance backdoors on social networks, VoIP, and Web e-mail providers, and that the bureau is asking Internet companies not to oppose a law making those backdoors mandatory.
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.
U.S. Senate Judiciary Committee approves a bill that would make the streaming of copyrighted content that was illegally obtained a felony punishable by up to five years in prison.