AirTags are being used for all sorts of evil purposes. They're also proving to be very useful for many people.
Technically Incorrect offers a slightly twisted take on the tech that's taken over our work and our lives.
For some, this may be a surprise. For those who work in tech, perhaps not so much.
Is this possible? Well, it depends on what you call 'work.'
Will this stop drivers from getting angry? Or will it actually encourage bad behavior?
Do people really do this? They do. And quite a lot more.
Perhaps it takes a new CEO for an airline to admit its technological failings.
When it comes to employees quitting, tech sits very high up in the attrition rate table. Why might that be? And why might employees be quitting?
Imagine being ostracized for not owning an iPhone. It's been happening to Android users for years. Google wants to change it, but is it really representative of the people here?
An Apple customer believes he didn't quite get the service the company promises. Not even close, in fact.
Think washing machines. Think dishwashers. Think IT equipment. This isn't your old McDonald's.
Thousands of Teams users expressed their wild unhappiness. So Microsoft is actually doing something about it.
Do you think life is stressful? Then walk this way and lie down.
Since working from home has become the norm for so many, what happens when there's a legal issue such as a physical injury?
At a time where many airlines are using AI to field angry customer calls, one airline has a very different approach.
Cupertino does go on and on about how wonderfully Hollywood its phone cameras are. At last it's presenting them in an involving way.
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