Project Orca was supposed to give the Romney campaign a technical advantage over Obama on election day. It got harpooned instead.
For reasons that are unclear, Mitt Romney's transition Web site was live for a few minutes after the election. Oddly, it promised a smaller America.
You may know the candidates' views on taxes and foreign policy. But what they have to say about the Stop Online Piracy Act, WikiLeaks, and other tech topics might surprise you.
Once Web users search for "Obama," they find modified results tailored to that search when they look up information about topics such as Iran or Medicare.
My vote's worth $30 to the U.S. presidential campaigns, according to Abine's vote calculator, which puts a fun spin on several factors that determine the cost of online ads. How cheap will yours turn out to be?
U.S. brands populate the inside of the iPhone. That tends to get overlooked in debates short on nuance.
A placeholder for a quote from Google's CEO in a prematurely released earnings report spurs Twitter creativity.
With his comment about having "binders full of women," the Republican presidential candidate stirs much online activity -- especially on Amazon.
In response to a query from a New York City-based tech group, the Democratic and Republican presidential candidates outline how their respective policies will benefit tech innovators and entrepreneurs.
In one of the stranger algorithmic occurrences, a simple Google search unearths a very personal and political result. Oh, those pinkos at Google.