The Washington Times' Technology blog.
One of the top advisers to President Bill Clinton on technology issues is joining Hewlett-Packard's government affairs team.
Verizon did explain, at least a little.
If you were following the Michael Jackson tribute via Facebook today, you were not alone. Not by a long shot.
It appears that Verizon's got some 'splainin to do.
If you've ever worked for AOL, this party's for you.
Comcast is raising the bar on broadband Internet service.
To help the planet, turn off your computer at the end of the day, HP says
The in-kind gift from Siemens is valued at $150 million and is the largest in school's history.
The World Food Program, a United Nations agency, is helping students and teachers learn about hunger -- and how to fight it.
Who'd'a thunk it? A business (or any other enterprise?) can be unmade by the social media that perhaps helped make it.
Microsoft's Zune hasn't yet been an iPod killer. Will this help?
Lots of folks -- well, one, at least -- have an opinion about my Linux problem.
If you're mixing up a new Nancy Pelosi-meets-Godzilla video for YouTube, remember the rules of fair use, a news item from American University says.
More than 500 books are published each day in America. Someone's trying to sell more by giving them away online.
Phishers hit Facebook today.