Technically Incorrect: The Tampa Bay Lightning's Steven Stamkos confronts flying nuisances as only he can.
Technically Incorrect: A San Francisco couple get an e-mail from one of their friends to tell them that they've just booked their home on Airbnb. But they say they never put their home on Airbnb.
Technically Incorrect: A BBC breakfast show ends with a goodbye to Linda the robot, but her response sounds remarkably like "f*** you." See what you think.
Technically Incorrect: Put in the position of making a demo at DreamForce using an iPhone, Microsoft's CEO decides wit is the only answer. However, in another part of the demo, Cortana refuses to follow orders.
Technically Incorrect: After being arrested for making his own digital clock, the newest science celebrity shows humor during a press conference and an appearance on MSNBC. He says he's transferring schools.
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