Narrow your search
Technically Incorrect: Well, the model and actor actually said "bull***t." Having risen to fame very much through social-media support, she now says the art of it is gone.
Technically Incorrect: Preparing itself for the Apple Watch onslaught, Google releases an ad that shows the whole raft of Android Wear watches available.
Technically Incorrect: All the functions of the Apple Watch, all the traditional Apple quality for much less. This is just what the traditional Apple fanperson needs.
Technically Incorrect: See what you make of HTC's new ads, which ask you -- or the company itself, perhaps -- to "shoot for the moon."
We never thought that scrolling our mouse over a blank screen while a man shouts "Cow!" could be so amazingly great.
Facebook flexes its anti-nipple muscles yet again by banning the New Yorker from its own Facebook page for a cartoon of Adam and Eve. Eventually, it apologizes.
The rise of ads that follow users around the web is helping fuel the rise of subpar content--though maybe not for long.
Giving its online apps catalog a refresh is one way that Microsoft is redoubling its efforts to keep Windows Phone in the mobile game. A year after launch, how good are the apps you can get?
The hacking of Twitter accounts is one of those things that's hard to take seriously (and false claims by famous people don't help). But once your account is hacked, that changes in a hurry.
A new study hints that the perpetual multitasking enabled by always-on technology may be dangerous, but advocating self-imposed "digital detoxes" as a solution is like putting a Band-Aid on a broken wrist.