Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Commentary: If you're presenting the Academy Awards, wouldn't you tweet at the world's most famous Twitterer?
Commentary: Using a "Star Trek" actor and a very poignant snippet from George Orwell's "1984," audiobook company Audible expresses itself clearly.
Commentary: During the Oscars, Samsung debuts an ad featuring vlogger Casey Neistat -- a man who once embarrassed Apple -- and the theme "do what you can't."
Commentary: Garmin holds a vigil after two Indian engineers are shot, one fatally. Murder charges have been brought. Satya Nadella says there's no place for bigotry.
Commentary: The president offers his usual flurry of weekend tweets, including an announcement that he won't attend the White House Correspondents' Dinner.
Commentary: As if to warm everyone up for a political Oscars show, the carmaker insists the nation can be united.
Commentary: A New York state animal adventure park says its giraffe baby birth was flagged for sexual content.
Commentary: It seems those who inhabit the world of emojis are struggling to keep up with with all the nuances of self-expression. At least that's what a MojiLaLa survey says.
Commentary: Campaign officials who talked to Politico suggest that the president must not be left alone for too long. They also take advantage of the fact that he still prefers print to online.
Commentary: Because of course the kids know what it is.
Commentary: A woman's response to a catcaller in London is so deliciously just, it might just be a ruse.
Commentary: With Apple again being named the world's most admired company, does this mean Apple has it all worked out? Not exactly.