Social media responds as the two candidates spar over the issues in the first of three planned debates.
Journalist Lester Holt let the presidential candidates have their say in Monday's debate, and social media had its say about Holt's moderation as well.
Twitter goes aflutter with an accusation the candidate was deleting damning tweets during the debate. Problem is, he didn't.
Cyber warfare has a new face, but the presidential candidates can't quite agree on what that face looks like.
Need a tissue? Monday's presidential-candidate slugfest brought out the social-media satire.
During what was expected to be the most watched debate ever, a case of the sniffles and alternate candidates ranging from berries to quarterbacks dominated the discussion online.
Hofstra University is so keen on reporters using its own wireless service that it is reportedly searching reporters for personal hotspots and shutting them down.
There are multiple ways to tune in to tonight's presidential debate. Here's what you need to know.
Our little internet behemoth is all grown up!
You've already enjoyed those burgers and fries, so why not send a picture of them to the recycle bin for a good cause?
The media powerhouse may be the latest company to go after Twitter, Bloomberg News reports. That could pit Disney against Google and Salesforce.
Republican nominee's campaign releases a Snapchat Geofilter ahead of tonight's debate, complete with a Hillary Clinton jab and fireworks.
How much do you hate wrinkled clothes?
A Swedish company known for its high-end ironing systems will soon begin to sell a smart iron that costs more than $1,000.