Dion DiMucci sues Bethesda over ‘repulsive’ Fallout 4 ads

Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. They call him the wanderer. He’s now also the suer. Dion DiMucci, lead singer of ’60s group Dion and the Belmonts, isn’t a fan of Fallout 4. Or more precisely, Fallout 4’s ads. In a lawsuit filed this week in […]

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GamerGate to Trump: How video game culture blew everything up

Editors’ note: This story was originally published June 14. We are rerunning it as part of our new series about hate on the internet. When it first happened, many of us were a little dismissive. After all, people on the internet are always mad about something. In 2012, it was the backlash against Anita Sarkeesian, […]

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How to scrub hate off Facebook, Twitter and the internet

Brittan Heller doesn’t know quite what caused it. Maybe she turned a man down for a date too quickly, bruising his pride. Maybe she just bothered him in some way. Whatever it was, Heller inadvertently unleashed waves of attacks from a fellow Yale law student when she did whatever she did a decade ago. Back […]

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Surface Mini: Is this Microsoft’s canceled tablet from 2014?

Was Microsoft planning to release a smaller Surface called “Surface Mini” in 2014? According to Windows Central, it supposedly was. Back in 2014, a third-party revealed a case for a “Surface Mini” product ahead of Microsoft’s planned event in New York City. The case fed into rumors that the company would reveal a “mini” version of […]

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How to switch from Windows 10 S to Pro, and back again

Windows 10 S is the latest version of Microsoft Windows, and you’ll find it mostly on low-cost PCs aimed at schools and students, as well as on the premium Surface Laptop. It’s a “walled garden” version of Windows, meaning it promises a safer, more secure experience by only allowing software found in the official Windows […]

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Microsoft to cut ‘thousands’ of staff, report says

As corporate America kicks back a gear for the Fourth of July weekend, Microsoft employees could face a different reality when they return to work, with the company reportedly set to lay off thousands of employees as part of a major staffing reshuffle. While the start of the new fiscal year on July 1 is […]

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It’s still not a good idea to hire a hitman on Craigslist

 Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that’s taken over our lives. I know that Craigslist can be useful for many things. I have used it myself once or twice. I’m saddened, though, that people may still think it’s a good place to hire a hitman. No part of the web is […]

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iOS 11: All the new features, tips and guides

You’re likely more than a little curious about what’s new in Apple’s latest mobile operating system, iOS 11. We plan on walking you through how to use the new features in iOS 11 starting now, adding more as we get closer to its official release later this year. Bookmark this page, add it to your home […]

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iOS 11: What it does for your iPhone and when it’ll launch

‘Sup, iOS 11. Welcome to the iPhone party. Apple announced the next version of its software to power your iPhone and iPad on June 5, as part of its annual WWDC conference for developers. iOS 11 beta is full of little surprises. If you want to try it for yourself, the public beta is free […]

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AirBar for MacBook Air Release Date, Price and Specs

It was touch and go there for a while: The possibility of ever seeing a MacBook with touchscreen features seemed remote. But a new version of a computer accessory called the AirBar makes this a reality, adding touch functions to Apple’s slim 13-inch MacBook Air laptop, thanks to a USB-connected sensor bar that attaches to the […]

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