Engadget Podcast: How tech (and humans) failed the Iowa caucus
We chat about a truly perfect storm of failure.
West Virginia will allow people with disabilities to vote by smartphone
It'll be the first state to offer this for 2020, but security issues loom.
Twitter will let you report posts aimed at suppressing voters
It will turn the reporting feature on around 'key moments' of the 2020 US election.
Seattle-area election will let residents vote by smartphone
It's the first such vote in the US, and could be a test for future elections.
Microsoft makes its open-source secure voting software available to all
The company says ElectionGuard makes voting more reliable and efficient.
Microsoft demos its bid at creating 'secure' voting systems
ElectionGuard could also make voting more accessible.
Major voting machine maker backs away from paperless models
It's a sharp reversal for a company that has fought paper for years.
Software firm may have exposed North Carolina to election hackers in 2016
There's no known evidence of a breach, but it was a dangerous move.
Microsoft wants to secure elections and political campaigns
"ElectionGuard" does exactly what you'd expect.