Knight Ridder Newspapers, in a story carried by The Kansas City Star, reports that cheating has also evolved in today’s high-tech world. Students now use gadgets such as camera phones and MP3 players to do their cheating. They are even using color printers to alter Mentos candy wrappers so that these include test answers in the ingredients section. The article states that “technocheating will only worsen as digital technology gets smaller, cheaper, and into more hands.” (Note: This site requires registration.)