The Grammarly app examined famous people's tweets for National Grammar Day, and the Microsoft co-founder came in second. You'll never guess to whom. You'll also never imagine who's last.
Apple Music and iTunes are getting a revamp, the Apple Watch is just getting started, and Phil Schiller teaches us Apple grammar rules.
Technically Incorrect: In an illuminating Twitter conversation, Apple's Phil Schiller says you should never pluralize Apple product names.
America's Nazi Party tweets that disciplined grammar is part of supporting the cause. Except that its own grammar isn't always so perfect.
A writing enhancement startup called Grammarly decides to analyze celebrities' tweets. Musicians are, it seems, even worse writers than politicians.
A specialized pen under development is designed to catch writing mistakes and vibrate as a warning. Could it revive the dying art of handwriting?
Having confirmed the LG Optimus 3D Android smart phone earlier this week, LG is showing off the handset in a new teaser video, in advance of its Mobile World Congress debut.
The introduction of the G1 phone (the HTC Dream) is very nearly overshadowed by the marketing decision to destroy perfect innocent words in the commercials for it.
After years of grammatical "themself" limbo, social network decides to request that its members specify whether they're male or female, still letting transgendered individuals opt out.
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