Dissect popular electronics products to find out what makes them tick.
Image gallery: Google's Nexus 7 tablet revealed (19/07/12)
In this teardown, UBM TechInsights exposes the chips not usually found in high-end consumer devices.
IHS: Google Nexus 7 components cost Rs.8,300 (13/07/12)
The $199 worth Google Nexus 7 (8GB) costs Rs.8,702.19 ($159.25) to build, including both bill-of-materials as well as manufacturing cost.
Nokia Lumia 900's components cost Rs 10,000: IHS (13/04/12)
Teardown analysis of research firm IHS shows that materials used to build Nokia Lumia 900 cost Rs.10,000 ($209)—just 46% of the smartphone's retail price.
Sony Playstation Vita revealed (03/01/12)
Here's a teardown that reveals IBM, Toshiba, Qualcomm and Avago in the significant sockets of Sony Playstation Vita handheld game console.
Photo gallery: What iPhone 4S is made of (25/10/11)
This image gallery showcases what can be found inside the recently released iPhone 4s.
Inside an A19 LED bulb (08/08/11)
Independent lab MuAnalysis Inc. looks inside A19 LED bulbs to understand what makes these so expensive.
Uncovering the mysterious A5 (02/05/11)
Here's a closer look at Apple's A5, the second-generation processor that powers the iPad 2.
Apple A5 analysis reveals Samsung make (16/03/11)
UBM TechInsights' teardown analysis of the A5 chip inside Apple iPad 2 reveals that Samsung has made the A5 chip contrary to recent reports about Apple's foundry alliance with TSMC for the A5.
Motorola Xoom packs Nvidia, Atmel, STMicro solutions (03/03/11)
IHS iSuppli presents its preliminary teardown analysis of the Motorola Mobility Inc.'s Xoom media tablet revealing chips and devices from Nvidia, Atmel and STMicro.
Galaxy tab: A worthy foe for iPad? (27/12/10)
With the launch of its Galaxy Tab, Samsung hopes to bite into Apple's market share with a tablet platform designed to give the iPad real competition.
Sony PlayStation Move for PS3 (09/12/10)
The Rs.4,422.34 ($99) Sony PlayStation Move bundle for PS3 uses devices from STMicroelectronics, Kionx, CSR, AKM Semiconductor and OmniVision Technologies.
Desktop scanner embraces 3D technology (01/11/10)
Here's a look inside NextEngine's low-cost, desktop 3D Scanner that creates mesh files of 3D objects for industrial design, reverse engineering, CGI and content creation vs. more expensive scanners.
iPhone 4 design exhibits high reuse (29/06/10)
The new Apple iPhone 4 could very well be called an iPad since it uses at least seven chips from the popular Apple tablet, according to analysts from UBM TechInsights.
iPad teardown reveals high processor-to-memory channel (12/05/10)
Here's a teardown of the Apple iPad, which was found to have an unusually high processor-to-memory channel, an abundance of touchscreen silicon and a novel case design.
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