The Washington Times' Technology blog.
After years of the IRS "following" taxpayers, you can now track them via Twitter, and a smartphone app will let you track your refund status.
Eric E. Schmidt, saying "adult supervision" was no longer needed, will become Google's executive chairman. Co-founder Larry R. Page will take the CEO slot.
Government Computer News has selected 10 public-sector websites the publication says "walk the walk of transparency."
Just got a brilliant idea for an Internet domain name, but you're stuck on the Metro at Shady Grove? No worries, says Internet provider GoDaddy.com.
A 14-year veteran is the new vice president in charge of Dell Services' Federal Government Services organization, the firm says.
Making "the social network" even more responsive, Facebook is adding access to AMBER Alerts.
Verizon scored a win with its addition of Apple's iPhone, but there are caveats, and AT&T has something to say in all of this, too.
This may be the geekiest thing I've written in a very, very long time. But there's a lesson or two here, perhaps, for many users. So read on, but bear with me a bit. It'll be worth the wait, I promise.
I know, I know, school's out for summer and all that. But it's NOT out forever. Here's some digital help.
As the late sportswriter Jimmy Cannon used to say, "Nobody asked me, but ..." And here, the "but" is that this writer believes HP may have just flushed a boatload of cash down the drain buying a handheld-device company long past its prime.
At a time when, it seems, everyone is thinking about college basketball, the NBA apparently wants to remind everyone that pro basketball exists (the Wizards notwithstanding).
One of my favorite groups (no snarky jokes, please) is Women in Technology. They've just named nominees for their annual awards.
I just ordered an Apple Inc. iPad tablet device. Since I want the 3G wireless service as well as Wi-Fi, I'll have to wait until the end of April for delivery. My wallet may feel the hit sooner, I'm guessing.
Start getting ready: Saturday, April 3, is the official U.S. launch date for Apple's iPad, the firm says.
After deadline for Wednesday's "On Computers" column, Quicken's press representative confirmed that more Mac changes are coming.
By Elaine Donnelly
Extending sexual misconduct to combat units