The PowerMac G5 was the first system developed by Apple that came with a liquid cooling mechanism for the models with higher-clocked dual PowerPC chips. In most systems, this cooling system worked well. To this day, my system has not shown any problems; however, some systems had an issue where coolant leaked, causing corrosion and shorting out mainboard components.
The aerospace and defense company releases a covert spy-phone that can identify attempted disassembly and trigger functions to delete data and software -- therefore, making the device inoperable.
Apple was able to shrink both the LED backlight assembly and the display significantly, allowing the company to reduce the size of the battery and thus the size of the device.
Other World Computing outlines faulty temperature sensor connections may be to blame for an iMac's fans blaring after a hard drive upgrade.
Public Lab is looking to take infrared power to the people with a sub-$100 point-and-shoot camera that can capture infrared imagery for monitoring plant life.
Access smartphone navigation, calling, and audio features without lifting a finger from the wheel with the iSimple InSeam.
The folks over at iFixit dismantle the Xbox One to show that despite its bigger and bulkier appearance, Microsoft's next-gen console is just as easy to dismantle and repair as Sony's.
The iPhone 5 represents one of the biggest changes to the look and size of the iPhone yet. But what about its innards? A teardown is under way.
An interim report from the National Transportation Safety Board offers insight into the state of the battery in a Japan Airlines fire in January, but there's still more work to be done.
Apple's new iPad has been cracked open, revealing its silicon innards.