Technically incorrect: A new Pew survey examines the way people view disharmony between religion and science. It shows there's a big difference between how people see their own beliefs and how they view the beliefs of others.
Technically Incorrect: After astrophysicist Neil DeGrasse Tyson tells Christians they have no right to criticize the Church of Scientology, "Saturday Night Live" has other ideas.
Technically Incorrect: Ahmed Mohamed, the 14-year-old who was arrested for bringing a homemade clock to school and then became a hero at Google and Facebook, is now demanding compensation and an apology.
Former "X-Files" writer Frank Spotnitz says his cinematic new Philip K. Dick adaptation found financial and creative freedom at Amazon.
Could you play video and board games for 24 hours straight? CNET's Danny Gallagher did just that and kept a bleary-eyed diary as evidence for his next of kin.
Technically Incorrect: As it tries to sell the new Surface Book, Microsoft creates a site to help you transition from Apple.
Technically Incorrect: In order to begin selling its Moments feature, Twitter releases an ad to coincide with the World Series. It's not quite the same pace as baseball.
Technically Incorrect: A market research company says it's looked at over 900,000 consumer reviews of tech products and Redmond is beginning to delight in a big way. Google, however, has problems.
The Rev. Bob Simon spent 10 months building this miniature model of the Vatican from half a million Lego bricks, now on display at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.
An anonymous Craigslist poster seeks collaborators for a new religion based on the life and works of the Facebook CEO.