Twitter users sent 6.5 million tweets about the debates, reflecting a steady decline in Twitter activity since the first debate's 10.3 million tweets.
Mitt Romney's comment about seeing "binders full of women" while fielding candidates as Massachusetts governor spurs a blog and Twitter account, while Jeremy the concerned college student now has the whole country job-hunting for him.
Robert Levine wrote a book critical of what he sees are attempts to weaken the ability of creators to earn a living. He wishes Washington could engage in serious debate about Web piracy. That's unlikely, he thinks.
Apple's strategy to make all of its marquee products in China triggered some sparring in the second presidential debate.
Indiegogo campaign looks to raise funds for PBS and the huge flightless bird that became a Twitter superstar during the Obama-Romney debate in Denver last night.
Political junkies and first-time debate watchers alike can get the latest punditry and reaction to the first face-off between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney tonight on Twitter's special page.
An analyst raises questions about a benchmark for the Intel and ARM chips that go into smartphones.
In what some might call an advertisement for the classic story of an immigrant pursuing the American dream, Redmond's new boss, Satya Nadella, was born in Hyderabad, India. Now he's running Microsoft.
The official account appears to be managed by staffers, but one can still wish for an image slip-up or two.
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.