I believe you are asking about Patent Marking.
Patent Marking is when you indicate on your product that it is patented for the purpose of giving due notice to the world about your patent. It is not required, but it has very important benefits which is why most practitioners suggest marking your products.
35 USC 287 deals with giving notice by marking your product. The requirement is that the term "Patent" or the abbreviation "pat." be affixed to the product along with the patent number or an internet address where the patent number is provided and associated to the product. At first sight, the two suggestions you make seem to meet this requirement. In fact, you likely could simply write "Protected by US Patent no...." or just "Patent ...". As far as I know, there is no particular issue with characterisation of your product (as a "technology" or "software product"), but there is a danger if your mark associates your patent to a technology rather than the actual product. In other words, if your mark is merely an indication that you have a patent for a technology, rather than an indication that the product is patented, then you may have an issue. For this reason, I would at least avoid your second option. Instead, I would opt for "Patent ..." or if you want, "Product protected by US Patent ...".
Once you mark your product, make sure you track the status of your patent, and the state of your software (if it changes due to patches, new versions, etc...) and update the marking information as the situation changes.
It is important that substantially all your products (e.g. not just a few samples or demo versions) be affixed with the marking.
Will you be putting the mark on a DVD/BD, on a software startup screen or on an EUA?