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Bing vs. Google blind showdown: Closer than you'd think

September 7, 2012 Bing asks Internet searchers to compare Google and Bing in their "Bing It On Challenge"

How Google builds its maps—and what it means for the future of everything

September 7, 2012 An exclusive look inside Ground Truth, the secretive program to build the world's best accurate maps.

Feds embrace ‘nerds of the Internet’

September 6, 2012 From mapping to archives, agencies look to crowdsourcing.

What will happen if the feds get warrantless access to phone location data

September 6, 2012 We already know what is possible with the location data stored on our phones, thanks to some cutting-edge academic research.

Obama app links Facebook friends to voter lists

September 6, 2012 Much of the information is already publicly available, but some fear it will be abused.

The World Wide Web, by the numbers

September 5, 2012 The founder of the web checks in on his creation, with mixed results.

DNC touts open government initiatives in party platform

September 4, 2012 Democrats commit to an open Internet and more broadband capacity.

Hackers say FBI tracked 12 million iPhones, iPads

September 4, 2012 Check if yours is among those the group AntiSec has identified.

Is Facebook yesterday's news in the presidential race?

September 3, 2012 The real action in digital campaigning may not hinge on public-facing social-media networks.

Agencies continue to struggle with FOIA requests

August 31, 2012 Progress reducing the backlog of Freedom of Information Act requests has been spotty.