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Chris Matyszczyk

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  • AOL.com
  • CNET
  • Inc.com

Past articles by Chris:

KFC just launched a new product in a way that will leave its competitors with their mouths open

Getting people excited is a difficult thing these days -- but chicken chain KFC is working to amp up its customers. → Read More

In-N-Out has a big new problem that could seriously threaten its business (or could it?)

While the West Coast burger chain may be heralded as the No. 1 burger joint in America, its latest move has many consumers giving it a major side eye. → Read More

McDonald's is making one of its most popular menu items smaller. Here's why this is genius

This week, for example, McDonald's announced it's shrinking one of its very popular items, the McFlurry. → Read More

Goodbye from Technically Incorrect

Commentary: This is the last of my columns on CNET. It's been quite an (almost) 10-year run. → Read More

Sprint pitchman laments life in corporate America

Commentary: Paul Marcarelli, best known as Verizon's "Can You Hear Me Now?" pitchman, says American companies make employees feel dispensable. → Read More

Stormtroopers, Chewbacca, R2-D2 to announce 49ers NFL draft picks

Commentary: The NFL is trying to make Day 3 of the draft more (at all?) interesting. So it's letting teams make "entertaining" announcements. → Read More

Apple mocks Android (yet again) in ads

In two new ads, Apple plays up its app store's security and its portrait camera feature. → Read More

Pizza Hut celebrates NFL draft with homage to math

Thursday's draft will feature the NFL's new sponsor offering a special prize to the Pi Pick. → Read More

Kanye West tweets love for his Tesla

Commentary: The fashion designer and rapper claims it's the "funnest" car he's ever driven. → Read More

Apple has only a slightly more positive impact on society than Facebook

Commentary: A SurveyMonkey/Recode survey suggests that people think Amazon has the most positive impact on society of the major tech companies → Read More

Watch airport workers fight a Star Wars lightsaber battle

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. → Read More

This is what happens when an AI bot goes to therapy

Commentary: TED, the organization that brings you many interesting talks, offers a discussion between a robot and a therapist circa 2118. → Read More

Conan O'Brien's Fatbat is the fear-based alternative to Fitbit

Commentary: It's time for a way to lose weight that truly understands human weakness. → Read More

'Remote detonator' Wi-Fi name leads to gym evacuation

At a Michigan Planet Fitness, an unusual Wi-Fi name reportedly leads to a police intervention. → Read More

Drone near-miss with commercial flight given highest risk rating

British authorities say a drone passed just 20 feet above an Airbus 319 during takeoff. → Read More

Fortnite on the Jumbotron? Yes, at the Cleveland Indians

Commentary: During a rain delay, staff at the Indians game offers another game. → Read More

Amazon delivery driver tries to toss package, fails, tries again

Commentary: Surveillance video shows an Amazon delivery that seems to have been inspired by the NBA playoffs. → Read More

Neil DeGrasse Tyson wants 'awesome' to be reserved for science

The astrophysicist runs into Twitter mockery from many sides, even from Merriam-Webster dictionary. → Read More

SAP says business can solve the world's problems (really)

Commentary: In a new ad featuring actor Clive Owen, the enterprise software company says even climate change can be solved by business. → Read More

Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates named world's most admired man

Commentary: The annual list shows the Microsoft co-founder at the top, alongside Angelina Jolie. And Vladimir Putin is far more admired than Donald Trump. → Read More