The Washington Times' Technology blog.
Here's the latest from Apple Inc., and it's not good news for trade show fans.
If you want to be a Facebook friend of Capitals' owner Ted Leonsis, you're out of luck.
There's no crank on the OLPC, as I erroneously wrote yesterday.
Save 70 percent on Microsoft Office for Mac tomorrow and Friday.
Not even technology, it seems, can help preserve the memory of who the speechwriter is.
I'm not the only one to skate the ever-so-thin ice of being "phished" for confidential data.
A firm on the Suffolk County side of Long Island's Islip Airport, Andrea Electronics, has a bunch of products they say will let you speak more clearly on (or to) a computer, as well as online. If they work as advertised, you might find good uses, and good bargains, here.
Apparently it's official: there's a new release, version 3.0, of OpenOffice.org's productivity suite -- and it's jamming servers. Get your (free) copy today.
If the stress of listening to another political yarn is getting to you, here's a Web site that can help plot a cheap getaway.
Google, in a frontal assault on Microsoft's Internet Explorer, launched a new free Web browser. Windows users can download instantly; Mac users will have to wait.
The outage, earlier this week, of Gmail, Google's e-mail service, caused much wailing and gnashing of teeth among the technorati -- and the rest of us. On Wednesday afternoon, Facebook has a problem, which may account for the moaning and crying you're hearing throughout the metro area.
Premiere Radio Networks, which syndicates Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Glenn Beck, Steve Harvey, Casey Kasem and Ryan Secrest -- among others -- is adding a new "Top 40" countdown: the star is Apple's iTunes.
I've seen plenty of viral videos, but this one takes the cake!
Nothing, the noted "technology analyst" and New Jersey hausfrau Carmella Soprano, lasts forever, and Microsoft Windows is apparently on that list, if media reports are to be believed.
You can still hook up to free high-speed Internet at Denver International Airport (DIA) thanks to Qwest, the local telco. Just don't look for any human support on site.
By Douglas Holtz-Eakin
The young drop coverage to avoid higher premiums