Technically Incorrect: A survey asks consumers which companies represent innovation. Neither Apple nor Samsung do as well as they used to.
Newly published research has found even moderate consumption of alcohol carries risk of seven types of cancer.
It's hard to focus with all these phones going off.
Ducklings are no bird-brains -- it takes them only hours to figure out abstract relational concepts, and it can help them stick with Mom.
Technically Incorrect: Research out of Britain suggests that the more attractive a woman is, the less inclined straight men are to use protection during sex with her.
The $1,399 Samsung WF457ARGSWR has an app, an intuitive LCD touchscreen, and solid cleaning performance.
Twitter users in the UK abusively hurled the terms around 10,000 times during the course of just three weeks.
The study, which used rats, does not definitively conclude that phones are dangerous to humans.
Technically Incorrect: The University of Toronto was desperate to find out whether selfie-taking affects one's self-image. It just might.
Technically Incorrect: A new survey reveals that the Apocalypse may be upon us. Or, at least, the Aphoneocalypse. It found that one in 10 people say they check their phones during sex.