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Sony takes apart its own Bloggie 3D camera

06/14/2011, In a promotional stint to increase awareness of its 3D compact camera, Sony has given the Bloggie 3D camera a teardown in similar vein of the folks over at iFixit. But unlike iFixit’s informative teardowns, the video shot by Sony didn’t go...

BlackBerry PlayBook disassembled on video

05/24/2011, While we know that the BlackBerry PlayBook was taken apart only hours after it went on sale, iFixit’s guide only had text instructions and photographs to guide users through the process – not a very intuitive guide for folks who would rather have...

Nokia X7 gets torn apart by the FCC

05/15/2011, The Nokia X7 is the newest Symbian-powered smartphone to arrive at the market, boasting of slanted sides and a brushed aluminum back for that future forward look. Some people might love it, while others would loathe it – there does not seem to be a...

Apple iMac gets the teardown

05/04/2011,   And just like clockwork, in less than 24 hours after the new iMac was released, the folks over at iFixit have gotten their hands on the all-in-one computer and take it apart. While there’s nothing out of the ordinary inside the iMac (no,...

BlackBerry PlayBook gets taken apart

04/19/2011, The PlayBook only went on sale earlier today, but the folks over at iFixit wasted no time in getting their hands on one and having a go at disassembling the QNX tablet from RIM. While there’s nothing extremely interesting about this tablet’s...

HTC ThunderBolt goes under the FCC’s microscope

04/11/2011, Itchy fingers over at the FCC have taken the HTC ThunderBolt apart, zapping any sexy thoughts that you have about the inside when you lay your eyes on it. Sure, it is neat and tidy, but you start to realize that beauty of this phone is skin deep,...

FCC takes HTC HD7 apart

03/20/2011, Now the HTC HD7 isn’t a new phone by any means, having arrived at the FCC in October last year, but it has taken this long to see its internal and external photos released. Of course, if the folks who love tearing down a new device have already...

21 magnets discovered inside the iPad 2 Smart Cover

03/14/2011, If you’ve purchased an iPad 2 last week, you probably would’ve gotten a Smart Cover for the device as well. If I’m not mistaken when you played around with the cover, you’ve probably wondered – why is the Smart Cover is so...

iFixit tear down the iPad 2

03/11/2011, Is there nothing that the folks at iFixit haven’t taken apart yet? Did someone say the iPad 2? You couldn’t be more wrong. The iPad 2 hasn’t even been made available for purchase in retail outlets at this time of writing, and the iFixit...

Motorola Xoom receives the teardown treatment

02/25/2011, The highly-anticipated Honeycomb tablet from Motorola was released only yesterday, and already the folks at iFixit have gotten their hands on it and given it the regular tear down treatment that they’re known for. From their findings, they...

Samsung Galaxy S 4G receives teardown treatment

02/24/2011, The Samsung Galaxy S 4G was just made available for sale today and some of you must be wondering about what makes the phone tick. Well, maybe most of you don’t really care. But if you did, we’ve got some great news for you. The folks over at...

Motorola Atrix 4G tear down

02/23/2011, The recently made available for purchase Motorola Atrix 4G has recently been made the victim of a tear down. The folks over at iFixit recently had their way with this Android phone, and displayed its guts online for the world to see. They noted there...

Verizon iPhone 4 subjected to a teardown

02/10/2011, The folks at iFixit have done it again. This time they’ve managed to take apart the Verizon iPhone 4 for our viewing pleasure, and it turns out that nothing much was changed from the original GSM iPhone 4 to this CDMA variant. The major differences...

FCC takes hold of Notion Ink Adam tablet, tears it apart

01/28/2011, The Notion Ink Adam tablet that seemed to go through much more birth pains compared to other tablets in the market has already been torn apart by the FCC – at least in terms of such photos going public. It isn’t anything nice to look at...