Technically Incorrect: The comedy-video site can't help offering what it believes is a true and extremely cutting (non)apology from the tech world's most benign company.
Technically Incorrect: A customer who tries to cancel cable service receives a bill with a new first name.
Mattel says a Barbie book that suggests girls can't handle computer code doesn't reflect its brand vision. That won't stop the uproar surrounding the title, which is still available to buy.
CEO Marissa Mayer reportedly overslept and arrived two hours late for the event. Her late appearance apparently upset attendees, including the CEO of one of the world's four largest ad firms.
We look at the 2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited, see if your car is on the big airbag recall list and check out how to Hypermile -- big MPG gains without buying a new car.
The 2015 Hyundai Sonata Limited, see if your car is on the big airbag recall list and how to Hypermile -- big MPG gains without buying a new car.
The world's largest social network says it will create a "fix" for people caught up in the company's "real-name policy."
The connected credit card startup apologizes for fumbling the announcement of a delay. Its beta program will be expanded and participants will no longer be charged $30 for the finished product.
In a mea culpa written for the Atlantic magazine, Ethan Zuckerman explains why he devised the infamous pop-up ad and offers his apologies to the Internet community.
A Comcast service rep tells a customer that he will get a refund on questionable charges because he has recorded the call.