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Recommended Reading: iFixit wants to show you how to repair everything

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Billy Steele
April 8, 2017
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Meet the $21 Million
Company That Thinks
a New iPhone Is a
Total Waste of Money

David Whitford,
Inc.

We're no stranger to iFixit's in-depth teardowns here at Engadget, but the company has a plan that's much more than ripping apart the latest gadgets to see what's inside. Inc. takes a look at how the the company is helping the masses repair everything from smartphones to kitchen appliances and why they offer guides for doing so free of charge.

When Shazam Scoops Your Album Announcement
Marc Hogan, Pitchfork

Well, this is awkward.

Funny or Die at 10: An Oral History
Brian Raftery, Wired

Funny or Die carved out a unique spot when it comes to online comedy. Wired takes a look at the site's history that began with a two-minute Will Ferrell sketch.

How Do You Beat the Smartphone Camera?
Rob Walker, Bloomberg

One tactic is enlisting a well-known industrial designer with a proven track record to work on your 16-lens point-and-shoot camera.

Peter Moore Talks Leaving Electronic Arts for Liverpool FC
John Davison, Glixel

Glixel chats with the former head of EA's esports division who left to take the CEO chair at Liverpool FC about stepping away from games after a 19-year career.

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