Teardowns

Samsung Galaxy S4 mini teardown

My old “smartphone” got to the end of the life beyond worth to fix. So I changed to a proper Android smart phone. Samsung Galaxy S4 Mini is Galaxy S4′s little brother is not only smaller but also much lighter than Samsung’s flagship phone. My initial feeling after few days of use is very positive.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Teardown

Teardown: Samsung Galaxy Note 3 still the category leader article tells that in 2011 Samsung defined a new category with its 5.3″ diagonal Galaxy Note phone. The original Note was so large it was considered by many as a phone that aspired to be a tablet, hence the term “phablet” was coined. With the third

Teardown: Relay DIN rail base

Here is a tear-down of one automation product. It is a relay base made by Phoenix Contact. As you can see is is a pretty normal looking relay product you see on automation systems. It mounts to DIN rail. As you can see in the picture the whole product is designed for 48V DC operation.

Anti-shoplifting tags teardown

Thixotropy article tells about the technology of anti-shoplifting tags used on store merchandise. They are high-Q tank circuits which if carried between a transmitting and receiving panel at a store’s doorway, they enhance 9 MHz signal propagation between those two panels and the alarm goes off. When a purchase is made, the store clerk deactivates

What's Inside Google Glass?

Google’s latest and hottest gadget Google Glass needs little introduction because it has been on tech news many times. The core chips powering Google Glass: What’s Inside Google Glass? article shows you the electronics inside this gadget. a TI OMAP4430, 16GB of SanDisk flash, an Elpida mobile DRAM chip. The main board also holds RF

iPhone 5s Teardown

Tear-down of a new gadget is always interesting to see. iPhone 5s Teardown article has linked to this iPhone 5S Teardown Round Up video from YouTube. It shows what is inside the latest iPhone. Judge yourself does does Apple have innovation problem or not.

Samsung Galalaxy S4 teardown

Samsung S III, remains the world’s most popular Android phone, having sold over 40 million units. The new version Samsung Galaxy S IV will be announced soon. Thanks to the leak from some Chinese forum and Samsung I9500 Galaxy S4 page we know what to expect. First start with introduction. There is a IDG video