Joe Biden's "Now you're Jack Kennedy?" line generated 58,000 tweets a minute. Tonight's VP debate saw 3.5 million tweets, down from 10.3 million during the first presidential debate.
The second debate between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney generated 7.2 million tweets, down substantially from 10.3 million during the first showdown between the two presidential candidates.
The company is partnering with ABC News on the coverage and will offer commentary and analysis from eight sources.
Twitter got bigger than ever, and is now essential in daily life. When the pope tweeted, it capped a 2012 full of controversy, business battles, and helping spread crucial information.
Time.com posted photos of the Republican vice presidential candidate lifting weights, spawning a humorous Twitter account @PaulRyansBicep.
Twitter has re-engineered TweetDeck to work under the weight of trending topics, such as "#Debate," that would have previously crashed the application.
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.
The agency tasked with protecting the president and other top government officials says people who see threatening tweets should immediately call their local field office to report them.
The rules of the road for iTunes are being savaged over at the online platform intended for explaining rap lyrics.
Mitt Romney's running mate isn't a leader on technology topics in the U.S. Congress -- he's been focused on fiscal matters. But what we do know indicates a mixed record.