The story incorrectly stated the age of line waiter Steven Tartick. He is 28. This story was also updated to reflect that Tartick believed the line for the launch of the iPhone 3G, not the iPhone 3GS, was longer than the line on Friday for the iPhone 5S.
This story originally misstated the name of Pixar's summer 2015 film. The film is called "Inside Out."
The headline and story have been changed to reflect the correct colors of the iPhone 5S models expected to be in short supply. They are the gold and silver versions. Read the updated story here.
This story incorrectly characterized the status of the Napoleon ruler. Adobe has committed to bring the Napoleon ruler to market, but hasn't said when.
Read the updated story here.
This story incorrectly stated which mobile browsers have fully implemented WebRTC. Firefox 24 for Android joins Chrome 29 for Android, which received full WebRTC support earlier this summer.
An earlier version of this story misstated the trade-in value Target is offering for older iPhone models and where Target is selling the iPhone 5S and 5C. Target is offering at least $200 for the iPhone 5, at least $125 for the iPhone 4S, and at least $75 for the iPhone 4. The iPhone 5C and 5S will be available for purchase at in-store Target Mobile centers.
An earlier version of this story incorrectly said Apple is the first major smartphone maker to incorporate a fingerprint scanner into a device. It was Motorola. Read the updated story here.
The story has been edited to eliminate the mention of a rehab treatment program for Candy Crush Saga addicts. Contrary to what CNET was previously told and what was presented in a press release about the program, a representative for Addiction Treatment Limited now tells CNET that the program does not in fact exist.