The Democrat's new online tool allows supporters to reach out to individual voters in their neighborhood.
The Republican's online social-networking presence increases at a faster rate, although absolute numbers still favor Obama.
Villagers gain access through biometric verification and cell-phones.
An early version of the social search site goes public.
In testimony to the U.S. government, the University of Toronto's Ronald Deibert looks ahead to censorship during the Beijing Olympics and analyzes the current state of censorship in China.
Blog entry sets man free, showing power of Internet innovation--but threats loom, Zittrain says.
The unique language of LOLCats at ROFLCon.
A company at the Venture Summit East conference focuses on a search engine for the non-savvy Web user.
Oppressive regimes' fear of user-generated content is the strongest evidence around for the value of such sites.
Flickr users could help identify people and places in collections of photos.