Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Technically Incorrect: Tinder CEO Sean Rad claims he turns supermodels down, and he appears to think "sodomy" is the word for an intellectual challenge in love. Depressing or heartening?
Technically Incorrect: The astrophysicist has clearly considered the ramifications of weightless canoodling, casting new light on the bonds of affection.
Technically Incorrect: Apple releases five new ads for the latest version of Apple TV. Sadly, they're not must-see.
Technically Incorrect: A highly entertaining -- or highly dubious -- ad from the French arm of Samsung tries to bargain with something we all hold precious. Very precious.
Technically Incorrect: A half-marathon in Thailand turns out to be four miles longer than it should have been. It took gadgets to explain to runners why they were so tired.
Technically Incorrect: In a new Motorola ad, Kutcher tests how long people can go without touching their phones. It's all in the service of, well, selling you a phone of course.
Technically Incorrect: Not going along with Tim Cook's feeling that PCs are dead, the Apple co-founder says it's laptops for him and he's not in love with the Apple Watch.
Technically Incorrect: CEO says it's unacceptable that the teens were asked to leave an Apple store because they "might steal something," according to a memo published by Buzzfeed.
Technically Incorrect: It emerged this week that Vizio's new "Smart Interactivity" feature tracks your viewing habits and passes them on to advertisers. What's more, the feature is on by default.
Technically Incorrect: The hype is in earnest. The clues are boundless. Wait, are lightsabers not all that? Can you cope?
Technically Incorrect: The dapper, diminutive singer says no musician has made money from the Web, just as he predicted.
Technically Incorrect: Microsoft's Project Oxford claims to identify the real emotions behind pictures of faces. So I experimented with it and discovered I'm not who I thought I was.