Research firm IHS has followed up its virtual teardown of the iPhone 5 with a brand new physical teardown, confirming its materials list and also the cost of manufacture for the latest Apple smartphone.
The DROID RAZR M has only been available for about week and the folks at DirectFix just released a teardown video. In the event that you ever have to open your device, this video will give you all the information to fix whatever needs fixing. I really prefer the videos as opposed to just pictures because it’s much easier to follow along.
I always wanted but never got a Virtual Boy, but I’m glad I waited since the Oculus Rift looks like a much better goggle-based gaming platform. The gadget got the teardown treatment over at iFixit today, thanks to a developer edition secured by the site. The Rift was remarkably easy to pull apart, earning it a very high repairability score.