Own an iPhone? With just over a week before trick-or-treating, a little computer voice in your pocket is just bursting to offer up costume suggestions.
Technically Incorrect: They are stressed, their hair is all over the place. At least that's what Sprint shows in a new ad.
Transforming a presidential debate into a poetry slam is as easy as swapping out the audio track, sitting back and watching as the candidates kick out the jams.
Technically Incorrect: Tom Hanks is Chris Wallace as he explains that the last presidential debate is just like the third "Lord Of The Rings" movie.
"Mystery Science Theater 3000" alums help fans laugh their way through the days when a clean-shaven Rick was just a tray of crab legs on a zombie's buffet.
Technically Incorrect: Patriots coach Bill Belichick said he's had it with the tablet. Microsoft turns to its bench.
Now on Netflix, the new series tells a trove of twisted technological tales.
A group of NBA players spent the off-season job-shadowing at some of tech's biggest companies, including Facebook and Google.
Meet the cast of "Class", the edgy new timey-wimey teen TV show beginning in the UK on Saturday 22 October.
The edgy spin-off features a smouldering teen cast and splashes of gore among the snarky gags and a Capaldi cameo.
We preview what to expect at Apple's upcoming event; the Apple Car project is on life support; and Eddy Cue calls TVs "pretty brain-dead."
The DC Comics heroine is honored at a United Nations ceremony featuring appearances by Wonder Woman actresses Lynda Carter and Gal Gadot.
Amazon Echo Dot is the future
The new and improved Echo Dot takes Amazon's best-in-class smart home speaker and wraps it in an ultra-affordable package. See why it earned our Editors' Choice award.