The best way to transfer large amounts of data between Mac systems, why a Mac is no longer booting after a power surge, and other questions addressed in this week's Q&A.
Readers ask about the feasibility of fixing a broken MacBook trackpad, and other Mac-related questions.
The magnetic mats, now available on iFixit.com, offer an illustrated guide to tearing down an iPhone.
Ever wanted to see the inside of a minicamcorder without voiding a warranty? Well, here you go.
An iPad 2 teardown on iFixit.com shows a headphone jack redesign that allows for the thinner hardware and possible weatherproofing.
If you've got a third-generation iPod Touch that needs a battery replacement, it will cost you $79 for Apple do it. But if you're adventuresome, you can do it for about $9 (as long as you already have a soldering iron).
Tom and Rafe report on how gear works int he real world, including Windows Home Server, the iPhone, and the Canon S90.
The popular site iFixIt that specializes in take-apart guides for Apple products, has announced they are releasing all of their manuals for free to the public under the Creative Commons BY-NC-SA license.
The Nikon S1000pj is the first compact digital camera to include a projector. If your first instinct is to ask "Why?", that's fair enough. But iFixit has decided to ask "how?"
CNET's Donald Bell shares his experience replacing a cracked screen on an Apple iPod Touch.