Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Technically Incorrect: An onlooker grabs smartphone video of a Qatar Airways passenger jet heading toward an Istanbul airport after the plane was hit by a bird.
Technically Incorrect: It takes just a few artistic statues and one tiny statement from the New York City Parks Department to propel the notion of a naked presidential candidate.
Olympic swimmer's claim that he and fellow athletes were robbed at gunpoint in Rio appears to unravel because of video footage. Indeed, Lochte has now been indicted.
Technically Incorrect: An Italian bishop reportedly worries that Pokemon Go is turning people into the "walking dead."
Technically Incorrect: You can understand the Olympic record-breaker wanting to use Instagram to tell his fiancee how much he loves her. But does he need to be paid for it?
Technically Incorrect: Michael Conlan of Ireland openly asks the Russian president how much he paid to ensure that Conlan's Russian opponent was the winner.
Technically Incorrect: A recent study suggests Microsoft's work environment is becoming more innovative and is approaching that of Apple. One of the least innovative tech environments? Facebook.
Technically Incorrect: In a new Surface ad, Microsoft chuckles at the idea that Apple's iPad Pro is something other than a tablet with a keyboard.
Technically Incorrect: Just a few minutes using Eyefluence's eye-tracking technology turned me into someone very strange. Yes, even stranger.
Technically Incorrect: And a startup called Big Panda aims to be the cure for notification-overload.
Technically Incorrect: In Pennsylvania, a couple films a woman who relies on her New Balance shoe to balance her car.
Technically Incorrect: What do you do when you think the election will be rigged? You recruit upstanding citizens on the web.