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At last! A cat collar that translates meows into human speech

Technically Incorrect: The Catterbox sounds wonderful. You might ask, however, how the collar knows what the cat is saying.

By April 30, 2016


Kit Harington of 'Game of Thrones' apologizes to fans (you know why)

Spoilers, spoilers and more spoilers. The actor who plays Jon Snow feels like he owes viewers a big heaping "I'm sorry."

By May 2, 2016


Toothy 'Jaws' shoes put the fear of sharks into your footwear

Relive the heart-pounding, sharky thrills of "Jaws" in the form of some harmless shoes.

By April 15, 2016


Final Fantasy was feared to be 'dying IP that had already peaked,' FF15 director says

"The gravest situation of all was that, at the time we were starting Final Fantasy XV, we didn't see an increase in new fans of the franchise."

By April 14, 2016


You're not the boss of me: Cybersecurity pros fear government overreach in iPhone fight

Just like Apple, the companies trying to stop hackers would say "no" to the federal government's demands for new software code.

By March 3, 2016


On Super Tuesday, the Web fears for Chris Christie

Technically Incorrect: A Vine featuring the New Jersey governor seemingly bewildered as he stands behind a victorious Donald Trump spawns the #freechrischristie movement.

By March 1, 2016


Should you fear your USB cable?

Two laptops have been fried by bad USB cables. Could yours be next?

By February 28, 2016


Astronaut Scott Kelly talks about acid pee, sleep and fears in space

Ask this astronaut anything: Kelly reveals what life is like aboard the International Space Station in an interview on Reddit.

By January 29, 2016


​What lurks beneath the Internet of Things hype? Nagging security fears

CES was all about making everything smarter and getting devices to talk to each other. But few people were talking about the potential for hacking.

By January 12, 2016


Volkswagen says carbon dioxide emissions problem is smaller than feared

Results from an internal probe lets the beleaguered carmaker move on from the latest carbon dioxide problem and focus on the larger diesel-emissions cheating scandal.

By December 9, 2015