Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
What good is a digital assistant if she can't tell you to leave early because of traffic reports? That's a question asked by Microsoft at any rate.
Scientists in China say they've identified a gene that may play a role in some people being uncomfortable in relationships.
Playing himself, not Sheldon Cooper, Parsons marvels at Intel's technological marvels. It is said to be his first ad as a celebrity endorser.
The Next Glass app claims to have isolated the tastes of alcoholic beverages and will tell you how much you'll like them -- or not.
In a series of tweets, the famous actor, tech personality and Uber investor defends the ride-sharing startup by suggesting he sees nothing wrong in "digging up dirt on shady journalist."
Carrying keys is, apparently, all too much for one Swedish woman. She claims this isn't the future, but the present. And she's not the only one to let tech get under her skin.
Brazilian teen Marcel Fernandes Filho uses a Fleksy keyboard and a very large phone to break his own texting record.
A study suggests that men are especially keen to let it be known they know how to fix a computer, but their actual knowledge may not match their bravado.
In a series of new ads, the very smart company suggests that only the supposedly progressive will truly love its wares.
Australian real estate ad features aerial shots taken by drone, which reportedly show a woman sunbathing in her own yard.
Facebook has decided to exert more control over posts that it deems "overly promotional." Ultimately, though, isn't every Facebook post by a company promotional?
A man wanted by police in connection with murder since 2003 is allegedly spotted by an officer on the Facebook pages of his family members and associates. None of his neighbors say they knew about his past.