Do you like computer guts?

Check out the innards of popular electronic devices in these photo galleries on News.com.

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How can you look inside your iPhone without voiding your warranty? Want to peer into the innards of your iPod? And how exactly did they make computer memory in 1974?

Over at Crave sister site News.com they've been posting photos of electronics vivisection. I know, the operating room isn't our usual arena. But this time the patient's one of the popular electronic devices listed below. Occasionally they even put them back together in working order!

Follow along and learn industry secrets as intrepid surgeons wander inside the iPhone, an iPod Nano, a vintage computer, a flip phone, a Wii console, a Roomba, a USB turntable, a DVD player, and a digital camera.

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    Emily Shurr is CNET News.com general-assignment news producer.

     

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