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After numerous articles criticized the Romney campaign’s “Orca” project as an IT meltdown, the digital director of the campaign pushed back and said the system mostly succeeded in recording votes and irregularities.
ToyTalk has raised $11.5 million for its talking teddybears, created by former Pixar CTO and SRI scientist.
Can you build a better mousetrap? Or, better yet, an improved moonbuggy?
CNN has come up with several goofy ways of displaying information about the presidential elections, but none that are as gimmicky and dumb as its latest stunt.
Yesterday Google went down for about 30 minutes ... until it was fixed by a network engineer who doesn't even work for Google.
Today’s elections in the U.S. will likely lead to great consequences — no matter who is elected. But where to actually place your vote?
Believe it or not, there are some instances where mankind has produced some truly disgusting uses of technology -- disgustingly awesome, that is.
The Jet Propulsion Laboratory prepared for a lot of variables when it sent Curiosity, the car sized rover, to Mars, but it didn't prepare for it to become a tween-aged girl on Myspace.
An artist reimagines Ronald McDonald, Steve Jobs, and many others in phalanges form.
“My college is smarter than your college!” While I can’t recall ever hearing this taunt, now might be that time with a new list from Lumosity that measures colleges by students’ cognitive performance.
Microsoft is relying on the irresistible allure of anime to get Japanese consumers excited for Windows 8.
I kind of feel like Fat Bastard in Austin Powers: the Spy Who Shagged Me as he's laying back on a couch, shirtless, displaying his abdominal pulchritude, saying "I'm dead sexy!"
Using some carefully placed holes and LED lights, Nathan Pryor turned a pumpkin into a Tetris player.
The Nest learning thermostats aren't the only smart device for the home available in Apple Stores. The retail chain will soon begin selling Philips' 'Hue' LED light bulb kits, which let you control the color of light in your rooms from your smart device.
Change-averse folk have expressed concerns that Windows 8, Microsoft’s new operating system targeted at consumers, will wreak havoc on their user interace.
Space shuttle Endeavor is now home in L.A. A very special team of photographers and helper combined to take amazing high-res photography of its journey, which they released just a few days ago.
"I think we've sequenced the DNA of Republicans and Democrats," Mintigo general manager and CMO Jason Garoutte told me today. "Based on words on someone's website, we'd have a very good chance of of determining who is a Democrat or a Republican."
Coursera's slogan is "Higher education that overcomes the boundaries of geography, time, and money." Except, of course, for the state boundaries of Minnesota.
We've likely all wondered whether police officers have quotas for how many traffic tickets they issue. Big data to the rescue.