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2006-07-11 Sticklike Pen Phone breaks new ground
The P5, whose 66g, 18mm-wide, sticklike construction breaks new ground, supports the notion that component commoditization in the hands of eager producers drives rapid product experimentation and novel designs.
2007-01-24 Slender BlackBerry boasts more consumer appeal
With some keyboard changes and a clever navigation rollerball, RIM apparently hopes to slim the BlackBerry e-mail terminal and bring in a new audience while not forgetting its traditional user.
2007-03-06 Pioneer MP3 player resembles Nano
The overall PMP300 architecture bears a resemblance to one of today's most popular flash-based players, the Apple Nano.
2006-07-11 Nokia ramps 'fashion phone'
The Nokia 7280 appeared on the market as part of a series of "fashion phones" from the Finnish manufacturer. Given the phone's lack of an alphanumeric keypad and its slide-open-to-answer stick design, some might mistake the slender Nokia 7280 for a spy widget.
2006-08-08 Nike gizmo turns iPod into runner's virtual trainer
Nike+iPod Sport Kit combines inexpensive sensor technology and low-cost CMOS radios with specialized embedded MCUs to serve up a $30 wireless runner's gadget.
2006-09-19 NFC shell turns Nokia 3220 into an e-wallet
Designed to replace the outer case of the Nokia 3220 GSM handset, the NFC "shell" provides interesting new applications for a handset that began life as a pretty basic camera phone.
2006-09-26 Motorola cellphone has lights, camera, action
In Motorola's ROKR, the first cellphone to support Apple's iTunes, the musical light show illustrates the triumph of "bling" over maximum battery life.
2006-06-07 Mobile comms owe to chunky phones of the 80s
As a tribute to the early days of cellular communications and to the progress made in this field, Teardown examines the technology behind Motorola's DynaTAC 'brick' phone from the '80s.
2007-02-19 Low-cost PS2 controller matches Sony's version sans the cord
The Game Elements GGE609U PS2 controller from Philips, available for about $22 to $25, matches up in price and function with Sony's own wired controller but dispenses with the cord.
2006-06-14 Inside Navman's 'go-wherever' GPS device
This article looks into the Navman iCN510 to see what makes it an efficient and truly portable navigation system.
2006-10-03 Gen2 Nano ditches scratch-prone shell for aluminum
By modifying case design to improve surface finish durability, selectively changing up component suppliers, and riding rapid NAND flash price declines, Apple hopes its Gen2 Nano will be an even more-profitable hit.
2006-10-24 DVD writer breaks free of the PC
By eliminating the sometimes cumbersome PC in the media-gathering and DVD-writing process, and by accommodating the vast array of storage card formats, Sony is shooting for simplicity. The irony, of course, is just how much engineering complexity can go into serving the 'simple' objective.
2007-01-09 Draft-n router claims 300Mbps wireless speed
The Netgear WNR854T access point provides backward compatibility with 802.11b/g, but draft-n capability lets it deliver wireless connections at up to a raw claimed 300Mbps.
2006-11-07 Digital still camera runs on mixed-signal components
Far from what the product category name might imply, the digital still camera is loaded with mixed-signal design and components.
2006-08-22 Camera-in-a-pill takes pictures of digestive tract
Given Imaging Ltd's PillCam is an ingestible diagnostic tool that provides images of the small intestine without invasive surgery or probes.
2006-10-10 Analogs drive Sharp Aquos 45-inch HDTV
A big flat-screen HDTV may still be a big-ticket item for most consumers, but it is a virtual dreamland for analog semiconductor providers.
2006-07-31 Amtech tag gets RFID on the rails
This teardown looks at an RFID tag targeted specifically at the railroad industry, where managing a fleet of rail carsand tying the contents within to a specific locationis a critical task.
2006-09-05 Action-ready camcorder eyes extreme sports
By eliminating the optomechanics that have dominated the video camera media paradigm for so long, Samsung has developed a flexible, multifeatured camcorder that folds up into a neat little package measuring a mere 10-by-3-by-5.8cm, about the size of a cigarette pack.
2008-06-06 XO-1 teardown reveals why they can't sell for $100
The OLPC XO-1's displays, batteries, CPUs, fancy enclosures and the rest all add up to a BOM that sits uncomfortably far from the $100 target.
2008-05-15 Unwrap Robot Guitar's autotuning secret
On the heels of its Ethernet Out guitar, Gibson Guitar has released the Robot Guitar, which automatically tunes to a range of standard and alternative tunings at the touch of a button.
2008-06-13 Unlock universal remote's Wi-Fi secret code
With the increasing number of home-entertainment appliances in living rooms, Acoustic Research launched the ARRU449 LCD-screen-based universal remote control to reduce the clutter of brand-specific controllers.
2007-06-21 Trimmer Nintendo DS Lite plays up consumer appeal
Nintendo DS Lite packs a plethora of features from the two-panel display, to embedded wireless Wi-Fi and better power management in a portable device, taking gaming anytime, anywhere.
2006-07-04 Touchscreen has noncontact sensing, fingerprint reading
Motion Computing's LS800 is a slate PC built around a central design teneta pen-input screen. This article examines how this technology works.
2007-06-15 Test your blood in a Breeze
Unlike traditional meters, Bayer's Ascensia Breeze brings a level of convenience to glucose monitoring by the use of a disk containing the chemistry needed for measurements.
2009-01-23 Taking the wrap off a 50-year old radio
The RT-159A, a crude tool by today's standards, provided a simple but critical function, transmitting a fixed tone or a pilot's voice in a rescue request.
2007-08-29 System, IC teardowns critical to 'business intelligence'
Teardowns of ICs and systems have moved from being a hobby or a back-room skunks works activity to being a critical part of the electronics company's "business intelligence."
2007-11-08 Sweet comeback: LCD frame jazzes up Polaroid
The digital picture frame of Polaroid's XSA-0720S takes full advantage of low-cost LCDs and inexpensive ASSPs to retail end product at very accessible price points.
2007-12-20 Sony base station streams media content anytime, anywhere
The $250 Sony LF-V30 is 4G in the LocationFree line and adds Wi-Fi connectivity to Ethernet in its network interface.
2010-10-29 Smartphone chips found in Samsung tablet PC
A teardown revealed that Samsung's Galaxy Tab uses up to 11 components that are used in the company's Galaxy S cellphone, including a Hummingbird processor.
2008-02-28 SecurID fob provides single-chip safety net
The SecurID generates a new code every 60s over the fob's lifetime, with the host-side solution synchronously calculating this moving target to stay in lockstep with the token.
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