Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Technically Incorrect: The University of Toronto was desperate to find out whether selfie-taking affects one's self-image. It just might.
Technically Incorrect: Would you really wrap your BMW in protective rubber? So why do you do it to your phone?
Technically Incorrect: Yuval Harari's latest book offers a very dark view of the future, one in which some people will have no reason to get out of bed.
Technically Incorrect: Part of a new redesign of its retail outlets includes the notion of the Apple Store as your new town square. Is that an attractive thought?
Technically Incorrect: Design consultant Keiichi Matsuda wanted to show augmented reality as it might be for humans, as opposed to the sterile image presented by tech companies.
Technically Incorrect: A public financial disclosure document reveals the presumptive Republican nominee, a fierce Apple critic, is an Apple shareholder.
Technically Incorrect: Video is now on YouTube, where it raises questions about the hero's motives and our obsession with social media.
Technically Incorrect: Virtual reality could spell the end of the Hollywood that great directors know, he says.
Technically Incorrect: In his long-awaited interview with Fox News' Megyn Kelly, Trump regrets (almost) his retweeting alacrity.
Technically Incorrect: In a brilliant satirical campaign from Girls Who Code, aspiring female computer programmers take on sexist myths.
Technically Incorrect: A few hours after his wedding, a Saudi husband decides his marriage isn't forever -- his new wife's phone got in the way.
Technically Incorrect: Mike Webb, a Republican running for Congress in Virginia, exposes his web habits to the world. The world titters.