U.S. voters are turning out in huge numbers today to elect a president in what is expected to be a hotly contested election. The New York Times predicts that today's turnout could exceed the 105 million voters in 2000.
From blogs to e-voting, technology will play an important role in the outcome. Check out these Web tools for the undecided, compare Bush and Kerry on technology issues, and read how this election is a big beta test. You're also invited to join our discussion on the results. Just don't forget to vote.
Politics and technology
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- Kerry report: Economy 'threatened' by offshoring
- Web news outlets gear up for election
- Election-prediction addiction
Blogs take on political role
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- Watch for malware in Election Day spam
- Commentary: Political jihads and the blogosphere