Technically Incorrect: Some schools in the Chicago area decide that the traditional methods of testing kids are more reliable.
Remember the iPad Air ad featuring the pencil? That's just the starting point for another new Samsung ad that laughs at Apple.
Technically Incorrect: Miffed at a video showing its Galaxy S6 Edge bends under the same pressure as iPhone 6 Plus, Samsung posts its own experiments and demands a re-test.
Form virtual pottery throwing to music making, these Android apps do wonders to get you out of your mental rut and try something new.
After reviewing Pixelmator for iPad, I wanted to see how it stacked up against its biggest competitors in the photo-editing category.
The venerable product tester tries to create the definitive scientific phone-bending examination and cut through the noise of "Bendgate."
iPhone fans, you can still take advantage of carriers' hot deals, but see the new devices in person to ensure you're getting the right one, says CNET's Marguerite Reardon in this edition of Ask Maggie.
Pencil artist Cerkahegyzo has taken on Alien, with a xenomorphic larva exploding from a pencil tip.
School supplies no longer mean some pencils and erasers. Expensive gadgets like laptops and tablets have stepped in. CNET's Kara Tsuboi reports on great student discounts offered by major tech retailers as the first class bell gets ready to ring.
The handwriting recognition is excellent in MyScript Calculator, making it easy to write in expressions for immediate solutions to math problems.