Both the Xbox One and PlayStation 4 are basically powerful PCs in game-console clothing.
This is part of our ongoing series about games and trends of the upcoming next generation.
A Sony engineer gives a step-by-step video teardown of the upcoming PlayStation 4, giving us a close-up look at the components inside.
As our gadgets get thinner, the notion of tearing one apart for a do-it-yourself repair seems close to madness.
Compared the iPhone 5, Apple’s iPhone 5S is better in just about every way — except repairability.
Sometimes appearances can be deceiving. In other cases, however, the cover tells you exactly what’s in the book.
The original retina MacBook Pro, the 15″ model, earned a miserly 1/10 in iFixit’s repairability score. Now the teardown specialists have ruthlessly ripped apart Apple’s innocent new 13″ retina MacBook Pro, and the results are in.
Amazon’s Kindle HD is far easier to repair than the iPad, but a tad harder to take apart than the original Kindle Fire.