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  • Jill Stein campaign files to recount votes in Wisconsin

    Jill Stein campaign files to recount votes in Wisconsin

    Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein, and independent party candidate Rocky De La Fuente, today filed for a recount of votes in the state of Wisconsin after Stein raised more than $5.2 million via NationBuilder.com to pursue “election integrity.” Stein’s crowdfunding campaign raised donations after a group of legal and cybersecurity experts raised questions… Read More

  • Analysis of social media did a better job at predicting Trump’s win than the polls

    Analysis of social media did a better job at predicting Trump’s win than the polls

    Many of the polls forecasted an easy win for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the U.S. presidential election, but we now know their prediction models were flawed. While data scientists are scrambling to figure out what went wrong, a number of social media analytics firms are touting the fact that their measurements did a better job of tracking the situation out in the real world, and saw… Read More

  • Democratic Debate Will Be First News Event Live Streamed In Virtual Reality

    Democratic Debate Will Be First News Event Live Streamed In Virtual Reality

    If you wanted to see Hillary Clinton defend her email server in 3D, you’re in luck. CNN and NextVR are teaming up Tuesday night to make you feel like you’re sitting in the audience at the Democratic debate. Though CNN broadcast the Republican debate earlier this year in virtual reality, Tuesday will mark the first time viewers will be able to stream a debate using the technology… Read More

  • How The Government Saved The Internet

    How The Government Saved The Internet

    Reed Hundt was chairman of the United States Federal Communications Commission from 1993 to 1997. He served under President Bill Clinton and currently serves as CEO of the Coalition For Green Capital. The government had a critical role in fostering the growth of the Internet during its commercial infancy in the early 90s; I witnessed this first-hand at the FCC, when we worked with Al Gore… Read More

  • Bill Clinton sends first text message

    Apparently a couple of days ago at CTIA, former president Bill Clinton sent his first text message to his wife Hillary. ZDNet’s Russell Shaw says, "Another example of how most politicians are clueless about tech. Bill Clinton’s first tech message? This is October 2007?" Maybe, but the idea of a politician pecking away at a cell phone is kind of a silly visual to me. Read More