Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Enforced Vacation has humanity at its core. Its makers claim their app will "give people back their personal time."
In a result consistent with previous polling, a new poll has respondents claiming they're more concerned about Google seeing all their private data than the government.
A very peculiar, very James Franco ad for Motorola's new phone, featuring the man himself, appears online. Has Franco switched?
A UK teen found guilty of filming a woman in a shower insisted that he was merely a fascinated cell phone tester.
In an address to the Pontifical Academy of Sciences, the Pope explains that God is not some sort of wizard.
JJ Watt of the Houston Texans cannot bear that Tennessee quarterback Zach Mettenberger posted a selfie to Twitter just before the game. So after a sack, the mockery.
A report from the UK's Airprox Board says that the co-pilot of an AT72 flying near London had a near-miss with a quadcopter at its right wing.
Edmunds.com, the car research site, releases amusing ads that show a supermarket checkout clerk haggling. Dealers force the site to remove the ads, saying car dealers don't haggle anymore.
Deciding, perhaps, that Facebook will bring him closer to the masses, the famed physicist signs up and shares a post that says being curious is vital in today's world.
A California woman claims a Highway Patrolman saw personal images on her iPhone and sent them to his own personal cell phone. Court records reportedly say the officer called the practice "a game."
A new survey -- conducted for a firm that recently brought its private social-networking app to the US -- also shows that teens are tired of the lack of reality on sites like Facebook.
The official Microsoft developer account decides to make fun of CEO Satya Nadella's recent faux-pas in suggesting women shouldn't ask for raises.