As part of the We Learn mobile-education project, students at Singapore's Nan Chiau Primary School finish assignments and submit homework using 3G-enabled Windows phones.
Former Silicon Valley CEOs win Republican primaries for governor and U.S. senator, while ex-Facebook privacy chief Chris Kelly, a Democrat, fails in bid for attorney general.
Chris Kelly, former chief privacy officer at the social network, is one of the two front-runners in Tuesday's primary for state attorney general.
Both parties' Web favorites are named the winners among the "MySpace generation." But that doesn't make the outcome of real primaries any clearer.
Marissa Mayer, Google vice president and unofficial culture liaison, invites artists, designers, and plenty of press to a soiree to show off the company's new iGoogle Artist Themes.
Citizen journalists, with video-equipped Nokia handsets, are the centerpiece of the youth media brand's "Choose or Lose" coverage.
Move follows complaints from underdog Democrat Dennis Kucinich and little-known Republican Albert Howard about "irregularities" in hand- versus electronically counted ballots.
Republicans interrupt the Democratic National Convention in Denver with Web site featuring videos of Barack Obama's onetime rivals attacking him during the primaries.
Sen. Barack Obama was the darling of the tech crowd and the winner of online polls and primaries. So why did he lose to Hillary Clinton so badly in Silicon Valley?