Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Commentary: Speaking at Stanford University on Tuesday, the former Yahoo CEO says Kalanick likely had no idea what was really going on at Uber.
Commentary: Amazon's new touchscreen/smart speaker has a feature called Drop In. It isn't just creepy. It's asking for trouble.
Commentary: Power conglomerate CEZ seems to think making potential interns wear bikinis and hard hats is cultural enrichment.
Commentary: How is Microsoft selling its new laptop? I went to a couple of Microsoft stores to see whether they could persuade me to give up my MacBook.
Commentary: A video of business people donning VR headsets posted to Twitter by a homelessness charity in Australia makes many think of a painful dystopian future.
Commentary: Spanish robot TEO does something that you've always wished someone else could do for you.
Commentary: To go with its product placement in the "Spider-Man: Homecoming" movie, Audi releases an ad in which Peter Parker shows off a little. Well, a lot.
Commentary: On the "Howard Stern Show," the actor says people should be allowed to make mistakes. How many, exactly?
Commentary: In a new ad for the iPhone 7, Apple features the Memories tab, run by an old man in a vault.
Commentary: Glassdoor issues its annual ranking. Apple's Tim Cook falls to No. 53, while Microsoft's Satya Nadella leaps to No 29.
Commentary: The rich are awful, so use ETrade to become one of them. That seems to be the logic behind the company's new ad campaign.
Commentary: In the UK, a woman leaves her iPhone 6S out in direct sunlight. It is, according to a repair man, a complete write-off.