Like how some animals can regenerate limbs or like how humans can, uh, make babies, 3D printers can 3D print the 3D printer parts necessary to make more 3D printers. Thankfully, they still require some living person to put these parts together because if they didn’t, they could just start eliminating us one by one as…
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We've already seen a possible 'Space Gray' version of the upcoming iPad Mini 2 floating around and now it's time for the big brother version to get covered in gray steel too.
So with the iPhone 5S, Apple introduced a new 'Space Gray' color that is its new black. Not in that tired fashionista way where trends are considered the new black but in a completely literal way in that Apple is calling its black 'Space Gray'. So maybe it's not surprising that a supposedly leaked iPad Mini 2 casing…
Official description: "The Zalman CNPS FX100-Cube is fanless and noiseless CPU cooler, which does not draw dust or generate vibration due to its passive operation." Unofficial description: LOOK AT THIS FREAKING MONSTER HEATSINK!
There was a time, not all that long ago, when the Pentagon sank tens of millions of dollars into remote-controlled lightning guns that it hoped would fry insurgent bombs before they killed any more troops. Now, disassembled parts from the one-time wonder-weapons are being sold on eBay. At least one buyer snatched up…
With three cameras, iFixit reckons "this is the most camera-laden device we've ever taken apart," but what exactly is inside that Japanese 3DS? As we know, it uses two cameras for recording 3D, but also displays 3D footage through a parallax barrier layer.
I'm literally shocked at how many parts are inside a typical typewriter. I really thought it would be one of the easiest gadgets to make, I mean, who knew there were so many connectors, screws, wires, cables and a million other metal objects I can't even describe. Just take a look at the picture and think how hard it…
The folks at iFixIt rushed to tear down the new MacBook Air, but they discovered that Apple apparently really doesn't want you to poke around the gadget. It's full of proprietary parts—right down to the screws.
As usual, the folks at iFixIt have torn down the latest Apple gadget. They were happy to find that the Apple TV was ridiculously easy to disassemble and contains the same 8GB NAND flash chip that we've seen in iPads.
I'm not scared of needles but tattoo machines are sorta intimidating. I just never knew what the hell the rest of the nuts and bolts were. Now that I know it's just o-rings, yokes, and armature bars, I'm totally inking myself.
Intel will be showing off a new chip design dubbed "Sandy Bridge" next week. This clever little part will be Intel's "first chip design that has graphics capabilities built into the processor" and is supposed to frighten AMD and Nvidia.
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Chipworks and iFixit teamed up to take a look beneath the Kin Two's black and lime exterior, finding some things that were expected, like the NVIDIA Tegra APX2600 processor, and some, like a Sony image sensor, that were, well, not.
Designed for mobile devices such as phones, digital cameras or even netbooks, Sharp's 3D camera module will start mass production this year—meaning within the next couple of years we could be shooting image-popping HD 3D video.
They're described as "eccentric, mad-scientist RadioShacks" and they're full of gadget guts, cables, and parts you won't find in the average, corporate-owned locations. Run by "RadioShack nostalgics" who want to keep hobby shops alive, these stores are shrines to tinkering.
The 15-inch MacBook Pro, with all-new Core i5 chip, got ripped to shreds by iFixit, who found...not much difference between the previous model, really.
Connecting devices can take hundreds of pins, which is a lot of real estate. That's one reason why Sony's new wireless chip technology is so exciting—a circuit board free of clutter could be here in just three years.