Technically Incorrect: The "Steve Jobs" co-star says that kids shouldn't be allowed gadgets and instead enjoy pencil and paper.
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.
Bridget Carey and Ariel Nunez help Jeff and Iyaz understand the fine print of a Sling TV subscription, why Trivia Crack is worse than hardcore narcotics and figure out what the deal is with that mobile game Kate Upton is all about.
Shiny Surfaces, bright lights, an Answer Desk for all your Windows problems -- Microsoft is hoping its new flagship Australian store will become a consumer destination, not just a retail shopfront.
Technically Incorrect: 3RDi is a camera that sits in the middle of your head. It wants to "capture your life," while perhaps it captures everyone else's too.
Technically Incorrect: A New York juror seems to not know the rules, which results in a mistrial and a $1,000 fine for her.
Technically Incorrect: A new campaign from Fiat Chrysler links three of its brands, including Dodge, with Katniss and friends. Clever or strained piggybacking?
Technically Incorrect: Replacing a star with a heart is part of Twitter's strategy to become more universal, but it has put many current tweeters in a tizzy.
Technically Incorrect: On Twitter, Matias Duarte expresses a certain lack of admiration for Microsoft's new marquee software.
Women played a key role in helping create the Macintosh. Some of the women on the original Mac team share how Jobs pushed them to extraordinary levels of creativity.