Chris Matyszczyk brings a fresh and irreverent perspective to the tech world.
Commentary: This is the last of my columns on CNET. It's been quite an (almost) 10-year run.
Commentary: Paul Marcarelli, best known as Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now?" pitchman, says American companies make employees feel dispensable.
Commentary: The NFL is trying to make Day 3 of the draft more (at all?) interesting. So it's letting teams make "entertaining" announcements.
Commentary: In two new ads, Apple plays up its app store's security and its portrait camera feature.
Commentary: Thursday's draft will feature the NFL's new sponsor offering a special prize to the Pi Pick.
Commentary: The fashion designer and rapper claims it's the "funnest" car he's ever driven.
Commentary: A SurveyMonkey/Recode survey suggests that people think Amazon has the most positive impact on society of the major tech companies
Commentary: At a rainy airport, the people who usually wave to help direct planes into their gates wave their illuminated wands in a fight to the death.
Commentary: After Russia blocks his messaging app, Pavel Durov shows that his body is more beautiful than even that of the Russian president.
Commentary: TED, the organization that brings you many interesting talks, offers a discussion between a robot and a therapist circa 2118.
Commentary: It's time for a way to lose weight that truly understands human weakness.
Commentary: At a Michigan Planet Fitness, an unusual Wi-Fi name reportedly leads to a police intervention.