Technically Incorrect: A YouTube video shows a spirited argument between a parent and a Philadelphia school principal. It also shows the problems of tech in schools.
CNET and GameSpot have teamed up.
Intel, GlobalFoundries and other chipmakers have built massive facilities to manufacture more powerful computer chips. It's all part of a race to prove they can keep pace with Moore's Law.
Intel co-founder Gordon Moore's observation 50 years ago set the groundwork for self-driving cars on the road and computers in our pockets today.
Technically Incorrect: Chris Roberts says he sent his tweet because he's frustrated that a security flaw isn't being addressed.
Technically Incorrect: An Australian mom is stunned that her Facebook friends don't like her constant baby updates. How stunning.
Technically Incorrect: In Tulsa, two men argue in a parking lot over who makes the better phones. One allegedly strikes the other with a beer bottle. And then there is blood. A lot of blood.
Technically Incorrect: Taylor Swift and Apple have already registered to protect themselves before the new domain rolls out. But is it just another way to make money? Is there some justification for a .sucks domain?
We take our time with Apple's new smartwatch, and make time for "Daredevil", EE's Wi-Fi calling and the 50th anniversary of Chewits.
Hoping to entice consumers into paid subscriptions, Apple is said to be seeking songs exclusive to its Beats Music service from top artists like Taylor Swift and Florence and the Machine.
The car-hailing service says a US-based company cannot be sued in a "dispute involving an alleged wrong committed by one Indian citizen against another Indian citizen, in India."