This is why I love the sport of politics. To see something completely unexpected, to see a triumph of hard work and retail politics, is just incredibly cool -- whether or not you like the candidate.
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It's that truth of human frailty, manifested in someone so focused on perfection in all things, that truly gives me pause tonight. It takes my breath away. It's just so sad.
"It's hard to imagine that airlines can send text messages if your flight is delayed, but you can't send a text message to 9-1-1 in an emergency."
Congress and the Obama administration are conceding the future of our wireless broadband infrastructure to the carriers and their penny-wise, pound-foolish pricing structures.
This week in ZDNet Government, we begin our in-depth political coverage of the upcoming 2010 mid-term elections.
Like much of America's infrastructure, many pipelines are old, need to be replaced, and have the potential for catastrophic failure.
Should investigators be required to get a search warrant before extracting your location data from your cellular phone? New ruling says... sorta.
Apparently, the BBC only got it partially right, at least according to a ZDNet reader in Finland.
Should governments mandate access to broadband? Should every citizen, as an inalienable right, have access to Hulu, Skype, and an unlimited supply of YouTube?
If I were Glenn Beck, it'd make me cry.