Tag Archive: election


Trump accuses Google of ‘manipulating’ millions of votes in 2016 election

Trump did not provide any solid evidence to back up his claim.

What you need to know President Donald Trump has claimed that Google manipulated results of the 2016 election. Responding to the allegation, Google has said that Trump was referring to an old report that had already been debunked. Trump has been targeting Google since months, claiming it has an anti-conservative bias.

U.S. President Donald Trump has alleged that Google “manipulated” results of the 2016 election  [Read More…]

Best apps to follow the 2016 U.S. election!

Are you ready to anxiously refresh results pages every minute of the day?

You may or may not have noticed the 18-month roller coaster we’ve been lovingly referring to as the 2016 U.S. Presidential election, but it’s (probably) coming to a close at some point on November 8th. At least, that’s the best case scenario. Goodness only knows what reality will have in store for us.

If you’d like to spend the day constantly refreshing election  [Read More…]

The Washington Post’s Gear S2 watch face keeps you up-to-date on the presidential election

The Washington Post has released its own watch face for the Samsung Gear S2. The face displays the current general election polling, along with a countdown to election day, letting political junkies get a quick glance at the state of the race.

From The Washington Post:

The candidate matchups automatically rotate every 10 secs or the user can tap the screen for the next pairing. The data is based on averages of polling from open source data  [Read More…]

Google Search will now keep you up to date on the latest election results

Google is making some tweaks to Search to keep you up-to-date on the 2016 U.S. elections. With these updates, you can easily look up the positions of the different candidates, check in on primary results, and get voting reminders for your own primary.

When searching for a candidate, your Google results page will now feature a brief rundown of that candidate, along with links to their stances on issues. You can also search terms like  [Read More…]