As election results roll in with Barack Obama taking Vermont and Mitt Romney winning Kentucky and West Virginia, Bing lets users tailor the political news they're getting.
In it's Election 2012 page, Microsoft's search engine has what you'd normally see, a map with color-coded states, numbers showing how many states each candidate has won, up-to-the-minute news, and results from the Senate and House races. But, there's one additional feature that's a bit more unusual -- a political bias slider.
Many tech companies created special features on their sites for this year's election. Twitter created a one-stop shop Election 2012 event page where political junkies can get all their news in real-time, Facebook posted an "I Voted" button to let users share the fact that they made it to the polls today, and dozens of app developers made election specific apps with voter guides, candidate profiles, and the news.