It appears that Barack Obama will become known for his internet wiretapping laws.
US president Barack Obama has promised to increase spending to protect US computer networks from internet based attacks.
We recently ran a story on TG Daily about the cost of building a real Death Star.
It seems that Xbox Live users were on the same page as all the political pundits on Wednesday night.
If you're the kind of person who wants all your election news in one easy spot, Microsoft has something for you.
Social media is a huge part of the political process these days, so this was only a matter of time.
The emerging market of text-to-pay isn't quite set up for presidential politics.
Want to let the world know about your political contributions, while making that contribution at the same time?
I like conspiracy theories as much as the next person. Still, just because a specific event looks like an attack on a sitting politician's re-election prospects doesn’t necessarily mean it is.
The man at the head of the giant microblogging site says without Twitter, candidates will suffer.
By the end of this week, there will be sweeping changes to the way the government handles highly sensitive information.
Fancy becoming mayor of the White House? Well, now you can. Barack Obama has added Foursquare to his social media list.
The first person ever appointed by a president as "CIO" has tendered his resignation.
Democrats used political blogs more than Republicans in the run-up to the last presidential election, but the Republicans were more aggressive, says a professor at the University of Arkansas.
The Obama admin is rolling out a text message alert system to warn of impending danger like terrorist attacks or severe weather advisories.
Proving yet again that he speaks eloquently all the time...
Got a really awesome idea? Invented a product that you just know venture capitalists will be willing to pour millions of dollars into? Great! Now just sit around and do nothing for three years...
In President Obama’s most recent State of the Union address, he talked about expanding wireless Internet access across America, a plan which was further defined in a White House blog post today.
It looks like President Barack Obama might be a MacHead, because when given the opportunity to call out someone as the best example of a man who has achieved the American dream he picked out Steve Jobs over everyone else.
Using smartphones and the internet should become much easier for blind and deaf people, with the passing of a bill forcing providers to make their products more accessible.