A controversial video posted to YouTube shows a touchscreen e-voting machine going haywire. Should you be worried? See for yourself.
Vendor challenges research, says its machines are safe and reliable.
Google teams with election education groups to offer maps to help voters find polling places.
West Virginia residents complained e-voting machines "switched" their votes to another candidate. State officials are calming fears.
Voters using e-voting machines urged to check printouts to verify their choices.
A Web-based Virtual Call Center program will power the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights Under Law.
Many states switch to paper ballots in continuing migration from touch-screen e-voting machines.
When benefits outweigh extra costs, it will take off, analyst says.
Initiative aims to educate users, foster adoption of standards.
But messaging customers won't see a service disruption because of loss of FaceTime compliance code, Reuters says.
OpenOffice.org community manager sees fallout when proprietary wares are jacked.
Touts its collaborative features as it strives to compete with SourceForge.net.
Piracy is lowest in the U.S., but six states account for half of national piracy losses, study says.
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