On Tuesday, President Barack Obama was re-elected, which means, of course, that Mitt Romney lost. But if Romney had won, the president-elect would have needed a website. It makes sense that his staffers would have prepared one. But if the fool who accidentally published it wasn't already out of a job, well, he should…
We all know that Air Force One transports the President around but what about the presidential candidate? Well for Mitt Romney, he used an airplane from a small airplane company in Michigan who will get it back now and have to "de-Romneyize" it: strip the logos, change the seats and clean it up.
The election is tomorrow. Go vote. But be sure you're informed first. Politifact's Settle It app is one way to do that.
If you want to know the Internet's temperature on Obama and Romney in the race to become the next President, just check out this snazzy 2012 Election Mood Meter tool. It smartly calculates and analyzes real-time tweets to figure out which direction each candidate is trending.
In what is by all accounts a pathetic bid for social currency, Mitt Romney's campaign has officially become the first political campaign to buy a trending topic on Twitter.
Oh, Mitt. This feels almost too easy. First you launched that self-promoting iPhone app that misspelled America. AMERICA! The country you're trying to convince us to let you run. I can understand a typo—but good god, double-check the important shit, man.
Mitt Romney's new iPhone app, With Mitt, "lets you customize photos with a variety of Mitt-inspired artistic frames." Slogans like "Believe in America," "Obama Isn't Working," and "I'm a Mom for Mitt" are just a few of the Mitt-tastic phrases that can be slapped on your iPhone photos, proudly pronouncing your support…
President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governer Mitt Romney will go head to head in the 2012 presidential election, as you're probably all too aware, given that this campaign already feels like it's been going on for five years.
Looks like Rick Santorum's not the only Republican frontrunner to have a "Google" problem. Mitt Romney has one now, too. If you Google "Romney", the third search result is SpreadingRomney.com, which provides hapless browsers with a not-so-flattering definition for the candidate's name. Because internet.
Last night's presidential debate didn't bring much unseen material forth from the GOP contenders, but new rivals Newt Gingrich and Mitt Romney butted heads over one very pertinent issue: the moon. Should we mine it for moon minerals? Let's argue.
Click to viewTomorrow is Super Tuesday, meaning that from among the three Republican candidates (four if you count good ol' Ron Paul), a Republican presidential candidate should emerge. Since we're most interested in how the candidates stand on technology matters, we've presented them below. Now, we're not going to…