They were everywhere not that long ago, but when game arcades are giving up on CRTs, even agencies will follow.
Take steps to keep your equipment safe from lightning strikes and brownouts, and don't forget about the cable.
It seems everyone gives this "Twitter thing" a try at least once. And warlord bosses of tiny former Soviet republics are no exception.
The company's foray into hardware has some great productivity features, such as a cover/keyboard and a USB port. But will it live up to government needs better than the iPad?
Apple's move to kick Google Maps off of the iPhone and replace it with its own Maps product could have an impact on agency mapping apps -- and spell doom for TomTom.
The sci-fi writer's visionary works inspired generations of techies, but his view of the future, or the present, wasn't rosy.
Old is new again. The animated GIF makes a comeback, but in a new, easy-to-use form that gives you creative options.
Social media thought the zombies were attacking, but the flurry still holds a lesson in preparedness.
The highly sophisticated attack toolkit gathering info in the Middle East and Europe is an impressive piece of malware, but should it be any nation's weapon?
The new plug-in, for use with any major browser, can enhance search, but it might fall short of being revolutionary.
If some agencies need a push to start building public-facing apps, the Obama administration's digital strategy should get them going. In that way, it's kind of an app in itself.
The Navy is using a computer game to crowdsource ideas to help make our fighting forces more efficient -- and less costly.