Five gadgets that took a lickin' from the Always On torture test, and then stopped ticking, and then seriously wondered what they were doing with their lives.
Some gadgets are built to last. Here are five that were born to break.
The Draft Top is a handheld cutting tool that shears off the top of aluminum cans. The device turns regular beer cans into open-top drink containers.
Battery, reliability and Snake -- the Nokia 3210 puts the iPhone and chums to shame. With Microsoft poised to squash the iconic Nokia brand, CNET's Luke Westaway looks back.
The sadists at SquareTrade put the latest and greatest through the paces. Samsung's Galaxy S5 seemed to prove again that plastic is nothing to be ashamed of.
Livestream, which helps people and companies record and stream live video over the Internet, cues up the first Google Glass app to broadcast right from your face.
The company said it will start mass manufacturing the world's first flexible OLED display panels for smartphones.
Apple took a year off from making cases with last year's iPhone 5. But it's back again with new cases for the 5C and 5S, and for good reason.
iFixit's ripped the Galaxy S4 apart, exposing some (probably unintentional) geek bragging and revealing how its hands-free features work.
Samsung leads the way in the technology that will drive the next big transformation in mobile devices. Could it withhold the innovation from Apple?