Technically Incorrect: In an illuminating Twitter conversation, Apple's Phil Schiller says you should never pluralize Apple product names.
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The Land of the Rising Sun is known to be a world of quirk. Living up to that reputation, a Japanese company has made a submarine camera that helps you take photos of goldfish.
The Mr. Coffee Pump Espresso Maker costs an affordable $90 while still letting you craft espresso-based steamed milk concoctions right in the kitchen. But there are drawbacks.
Technically Incorrect: Microsoft's Tay seemed so innocent. Until she started talking to and learning from real-life humans.
Wondering what that hashtag was all about? Was it a new book or movie? No. It's about one man and his incredible journey.
Tylt aims to add a few missing Pebble features with one snap-on accessory.
While automotive cybersecurity is quite important, that seems a bit much.
Spend Thanksgiving watching these scary movies with killer turkeys, deranged family members and alien abductions. Just don't blame us if your family doesn't appreciate gore with their gravy.
"You have opened a door to hell and invited the devil to England!" says a character in a trailer for an upcoming BBC television show.
If you like to huff cat heads and you live in or are willing to ship from Japan, then you're in luck with a special fabric spray that smells like a feline brow line.