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.
In an interview with CNN, the president-elect expresses optimism that he will be able to keep his smartphone despite security concerns.
The president-elect may have winnowed his options for a national CTO to two people, including a Cisco technologist, according to BusinessWeek.
The White House security folks want to take away his BlackBerry but the president-elect has other options to keep tapping away.
A courtroom lawyer who has sued individual file swappers in multiple federal courts is President-elect Barack Obama's choice for a top Justice Department position.
President-elect is reportedly considering tearing down some of the walls between the two groups to make the U.S. more competitive with China in space exploration.
Inauguration planners are turning to Twitter and text messaging to keep things organized when President-elect Barack Obama is sworn in January 20.
President-elect Barack Obama has named leaders in climate change, cancer research, and genetic research to head his science and technology team.