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Cracking Open: Apple MacBook (12-inch, 2015)

Bill Detwiler cracks open the newest MacBook and shows you how dramatically different it is from Apple's other laptops.

By April 25, 2015

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Meet the 3D-printed robot that cracks combination locks

Designed by a hacker, the "Combo Breaker" can figure out a lock's combination and get the thing open in less than 30 seconds.

By May 15, 2015

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Cracking Open: Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Bill Detwiler disassembles the Galaxy Note 4, explores the internal hardware, and uncovers several interesting and annoying design changes.

By March 20, 2015

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Cracking Open: Apple iPhone 6 Plus

Bill Detwiler cracks open the iPhone 6 Plus, explores the hardware inside, and discovers several interesting differences from the regular iPhone 6.

By November 20, 2014

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Cracking Open: Apple iPad Air 2

Bill Detwiler cracks open the iPad Air 2, gives you a tour of the internal hardware, and explains how Apple made this tablet easier to open and repair.

By November 6, 2014

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Cracking Open: Apple iPhone 6

Bill Detwiler cracks open the iPhone 6 and shows you how Apple made the phone easier to open and repair.

By October 1, 2014

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Microsoft's Windows app stores still 'cesspool' of copyright infringement

The software maker is struggling to make sure its online stores are clean, well-lighted places for apps, even as it readies the update to its Windows operating system.

By May 22, 2015

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Motorola Moto E 4G LTE

Bill Detwiler cracks open the Moto E 4G LTE, explores the hardware inside, and discusses several design changes Motorola has made to the second-generation Moto E.

By March 12, 2015

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Apple MacBook (2015) teardown: Revamped design makes DIY repairs very difficult

Apple packed a ton of new tech into the 2015 MacBook, but thanks to a completely redesigned interior, DIY repairs on this laptop can be a real nightmare.

By April 25, 2015

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This 3D-printed DIY gadget can crack a safe in minutes

The world's top safe-cracking machines cost $10,000 or more, and are typically only sold for military use. These guys built one that's just as good for a fraction of the price.

By October 15, 2014