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Don't Crack That Shiny New HTC One M8 Screen as it's a Pain to Fix

The HTC One M8 may well be HTC's best-ever smartphone, but you'd better keep it cocooned in bubble wrap -- the latest teardown from the iFixit team shows that the new flagship Android device will be incredibly difficult to carry out DIY repairs on. Read More >>

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This Tiny MacGyver Emergency Toolkit Will Get You Out of Any Situation

iFixit, the folks responsible for tearing down all of our favourite gear, also sell kits that include all the tools they use. But none will ever be as useful as this tiny £6 'Action Hero Toolkit' inspired by TV's most resourceful hero: MacGyver. Read More >>

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Macintosh 128K Teardown: A Time Capsule With Keyboard and Mouse

The Mac turns 30 today, and what better way to celebrate than with a good ol' fashioned autopsy. iFixit proves that can be a lot more fun than it sounds with its classic 128K Macintosh teardown, a beautifully gory history lesson. Read More >>

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Nexus 5 Teardown: (Almost) No Glue For You

The folks at iFixit got their hands on Google's new Nexus 5, and did what they do best — tore it apart. And they liked what they saw. Read More >>

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The iPhone 5S and 5C Teardown

The ace team at iFixit has gutted the iPhone 5S and 5C, as only they can, to see what's new inside these latest telephones. What's the fingerprint scanner look like on the inside of the 5S? What about all those fancy new chips? And how's that goldpagne? What, exactly, lurks beneath that colourful 5C plastic shell? Read More >>

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Moto X Teardown: So This Is What Made in the USA Looks Like

If you're curious as to what the lovely Moto X looks like on the inside, the surgical team at iFixit has exposed its designed and assembled in the USA innards for all to see. Apparently, you can see right through the woven black case on the Moto X. iFixit also found some other unique choices inside the Moto X too: the camera flash is its own assembly, the vibrator motor is soldered onto the motherboard and what they call the most modular headphone jack iFixit has ever seen. Oh and there's a whole glob of glue too. Read More >>

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Google Chromecast Has a Clever Sci-Fi Easter Egg

During their routine teardown procedure of Google's new Chromecast, iFixit noticed what appears to be a Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy easter egg that's hiding in plain sight. Read More >>

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The New Old Xbox 360's Guts Shows What's Old Is New Again

The new old, curiously botoxed Xbox 360 was announced at E3 to a crowd of shrugs. Why add makeup and eyeliner to a walking zombie? Whatever. The ace surgical team at iFixit got their hands on the new old Xbox 360 to see if anything changed inside. Here are the guts. Read More >>

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MacBook Air 2013 Teardown: So Much Battery

12 hours of battery life on the 2013 MacBook Air is simply ridiculous (though it's also sort of ridiculous that it's ridiculous). iFixit's task force took apart this year's MBA, which is pretty identical to last year's MBA, to see what's new and how it can squeeze so much juice. Read More >>

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What's Inside the Oculus Rift Virtual Reality Headset?

The Oculus Rift might be something out of Demolition Man. Or it might be a Virtual Boy. However it turns out, it's deeply ambitious, and iFixit has the first look at what's inside the new VR headset. Read More >>

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There's Not Actually a Heck of a Lot Inside a Pebble Smartwatch (Updated)

The teardown kings over at iFixit have torn asunder the treasured Pebble Smartwatch and found, well, not a lot actually. Just a single board, battery, and screen, and no Bluetooth 4.0 either maybe? Oh, and don't even think of trying to repair this thing. It's just not going to happen, apparently. Read More >>

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Microsoft Surface Teardown: A Great Big Puzzle of Guts

iFixit has dissected Microsoft Surface to get a look at its innards and found it only slightly easier to dissemble than many of the latest Apple gadgets, which haven't exactly been a picnic to take apart. Read More >>

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iPod Nano Teardown: Try Not to Break It

iFixit has taken apart the seventh-gen iPod nano to get a look at its innards, and found that this guy — like most Apple products of late — is pretty difficult to repair. Read More >>

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iPod Touch 5th Gen Teardown: Tiny, Powerful, and a Gigantic Pain in the Butt to Fix

The new iPod touch is out, so naturally it's already been cracked open for a look at its guts. The verdict? Tightly packed goodness, according to iFixit. Read More >>

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The iPhone 5 Teardown: What's Really Inside the Next iPhone

Though we've already seen the iPhone 5 in all its naked guts and glory, we didn't get any of the typical iFixit analysis and context of what's going on in there. Well, until now. iFixit is currently tearing down the iPhone 5 and reporting their findings. What will they discover? Read More >>

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Kindle Fire HD: The Pretty Little Tablet Spills Its Gorgeous Guts

The DIY maniacs at iFixit got their hands on the new Kindle Fire HD, cracked it open and found out some neat new details about the beautiful new 7-inch tablet's guts. Read More >>

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