Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Technically Incorrect: Both currently have their challenges. Which one, though, will come through best?
Technically Incorrect: In a new Piper Jaffray survey, almost four out five teens say their next phone will be an iPhone.
Technically Incorrect: It seemed inevitable that the red-sweatered hero of a week ago would have his image examined. And now he's less of a hero.
Technically Incorrect: In the UK, a customer is looking at large-screen TVs when suddenly there's a large-scale problem.
Technically Incorrect: In a survey conducted over the last few days, many Samsung customers say they're done with the brand for good.
Technically Incorrect: Actor Peter Serafinowicz decides to give Trump's defense of his conduct toward women a different tone. It creates a revelatory effect.
Technically Incorrect: A study claims that technology is making us completely mad. You will have more than 40,000 tech rage incidents in your life.
Technically Incorrect: #PhelpsFace became a meme during the Olympics. In a new ad, Intel says slow computers were the reason for it.
Technically Incorrect: With iOS 10 updates, Apple says its music app is "all new." Is that going to move anyone?
Technically Incorrect: A new study says tech helps dining. Of course, taking a picture of your meal and posting it to Instagram improves the flavor.
Technically Incorrect: In Hawaii, a replacement Note 7 is in its owner's hands. Then it tries to choke her.
Technically Incorrect: If you take some of the footage from the second presidential debate, edit it and put a different soundtrack to it, you get art. Of a sort.