Technically Incorrect: Appearing in a London production of "Hamlet," the "Sherlock" actor is incensed by how many people are pulling out their phones to shoot video during the performance.
If the rumors hold true, the next iPhone could sport a nearly indestructible and perhaps flexible sapphire screen. That sound you hear is Apple muttering, "Bring it on" to device torture-testers everywhere.
There are many ways to watch a presidential debate -- the most amusing, of course, being with one eye affixed to Twitter, frantically refreshing, tweeting and retweeting. With emoji.
For Road Trip 2015, CNET visits a new breed of sound stages: smaller, hipper and totally free. They're designed to serve the next generation of stars -- who aren't coming out of Hollywood.
Some "Game of Thrones" superfans want actor Kit Harington to cut his hair to settle something about Jon Snow once and for all.
On-demand smartphone apps are known for addressing the whims and desires of the comfortable. It turns out they can also serve the greater good.
The melee fighting may feel familiar, but forcing your opponents into vehicular submission feels joyous in Avalanche Studio's upcoming Mad Max game.
Technically Incorrect: Tapping an app and begging for Pizza Hut to call 911 may have saved a Florida woman and her three children from her knife-wielding boyfriend.
The downside to being the hottest gadget on the block is that a surprising number of people want to destroy you, often literally. And sometimes they want to see if you'll make a nice smoothie.
Technically Incorrect: After a British interviewer suggests that Tony Stark has become more likable and that this applies to the actor, too, Downey becomes testy.