The do-gooders declare the photographer who profits from the selfie a do-baddie. Astonishingly, PETA now wants to manage Naruto the macaque monkey's monetary interests.
Technically Incorrect: A Massachusetts high schooler has back and chest pains during football practice. He thinks it's nothing. Then his Apple Watch tells him his heart rate is twice what it should be.
Technically Incorrect: A driver in Southern California records a student pilot politely observing vehicle etiquette -- even if he's in the wrong type of vehicle.
Technically Incorrect: Someone decided to string together all of the great comedian's most heartfelt diatribes against phones. And it's beautiful.
You thought it was just governments who used drones? No, no. PETA claims its "Air Angel" drones will seek hunters who get up to nefarious, cruel, or just plain stupid activity.
PETA's most recent parody campaign has set its sights on StarCraft: Heart of the Swarm.
A few tantalizing apps show that Google's DIY VR exercise doesn't have to be limited to Android devices.
In a slightly calmer attempt to sell its wares than of late, Samsung gets a real bear to do the washing. Really. After a little faux pas, it wants animal lovers to love the brand again.
PETA has made a Pokemon parody that slams the game for its mistreatment of imaginary creatures.
Although Pokemon and Pikachu are fictional animated species and not real creatures, the animal rights group says their struggle in Pokemon Black and White 2 condones animal abuse.