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Apple iPad profit model gets a 'teardown'

A new report from iSuppli estimates that the mid-range, 3G-wireless version of the tablet will be the most profitable for Apple.

By February 10, 2010

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Teardown redux: iPhone 3GS vs. Nexus One

iFixit's side-by-side breakdown of the internals of these two phones makes a compelling case for the Nexus One.

By March 25, 2010

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The real deal on G1's virtual teardown

Setting the record straight on the G1's retail price, as well as offering a caveat for virtual teardowns' real value.

By November 12, 2008

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Nexus One's hardware estimated to cost $175

iSuppli conducts a teardown of Google's forthcoming Android-based smartphone and estimates its bill of materials at $174.15.

By January 10, 2010

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Inside the iPad: Apple's new 'A4' chip

The first official Apple-branded chip, the fruit of Apple's acquisition of PA Semi, should have "a performance, battery efficiency, and cost advantage over the competition."

By January 27, 2010

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iFixit Manuals now free to the public

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.

By December 17, 2009

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Report: PS3 design cost finally nearing break-even

After years of taking a big loss on each console sold, Sony appears to be getting closer to breaking even on the design cost, according to iSuppli.

By December 11, 2009

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iFixit tears apart newly released Macs

Hardware website iFixIt has featured the newly released Macs and other Apple devices in a few recent tear-down guides.

By October 22, 2009

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Nikon S1000pj: So how do you get a projector in a camera?

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?"

By October 8, 2009

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BOL 1072: Mustache-twirling jerks at AT&T

As AT&T tries to accuse Google of violating Net neutrality, Molly wonders if they really just want to be seen as a villain. Also while you should never call anything unhackable, the Netbooks being given to students in Australia are pretty tight.

By September 28, 2009