Grab a cup of coffee and strap in, because this pitch deck teardown is pretty different from most of the ones I've done to date.
Today we're tearing down the $9.7 million seed pitch deck used by Arkive, a startup that is trying to answer the question: "What if the Smithsonian was owned and curated by the internet?"
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The screwdriver-happy dismantlers at iFixit have torn the Magic Leap One augmented reality headset all to pieces, and the takeaway seems to be that the device is very much a work in progress — but a
The iPhone 8 may have been filled with the expected kit, but we've all been looking forward to finding out what fun Apple's engineers had putting together the all-new iPhone X — and it doesn't disap
Surely everyone who picked up a pair of Nike’s limited-edition HyperAdapt self-lacing shoes had at least some small desire to rip them open to find out how they worked. But at $700 a pop, it’s an
Today's VR headsets are marvels of miniaturization. And, as iFixit's teardowns show, both the Oculus Rift and HTC's Vive are also remarkably user-friendly when it comes to repair and customization.
Google’s Project Tango prototype smartphone is armed with four cameras to allow it to take stock of its environment and record and use 3D depth-sensing info, and it’s basically just a bunc
Apple's iPad Air goes on sale today – it's easily the best iPad Apple's put out so far, but we're waiting with bated breath for the iPad mini with Retina display. Until then, however, the Air is als
Google Glass isn't in the hands of consumers yet, but a pair of intrepid Glass explorers didn't let that stop them from taking the thing apart to see what makes it tick. This teardown is also especial
The Microsoft Surface Pro is just getting into its first week of consumer availability, and gadget repair blog iFixit has already cracked the case for a closer look at what makes the tablet/PC hybrid
Apple's iPad mini got the teardown treatment this morning, one day ahead of its official launch in stores. The diminutive tablet gave up its secrets to iFixit's expert disassembly staff, revealing its
Popular gadget repair site iFixit has taken the Microsoft Surface apart to see what makes it tick, and discovered a tablet/PC that scores higher on repairability than Apple's iPad and its Retina MacBo
iFixit, bless their hearts, <a href="http://www.ifixit.com/Teardown/Amazon-Kindle-Fire-Teardown/7099/1">have taken a Kindle Fire to pieces</a>, though as it turns out, there aren't too many pieces to
The Motorola Xoom, like the iPad, is mostly dead air and a battery. iFixIt did their best to tear out all the important bits, finding a large screen, a handsome circuit board, and what appears to be a
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/01/Img10949-620x498.jpg" />I wouldn't say this teardown of a <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/2010/09/15/nikons-new-d7000-focuses-on-the-e
Spoiler: The inside of a Windows Phone 7 device looks like the inside of an Android or iOS device — just so you know. Didn’t want you proceeding expecting to see something like little Redm
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/10/header2.jpg" />In classic iFixit fashion, the latest <a href="http://www.crunchgear.com/tag/apple/">Apple</a> laptop has been torn to pie
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After last month's <a href="https://techcrunch.com/2010/10/03/from-aol-to-qwiki-the-definitive-guide-to-techcru
<img src="http://www.crunchgear.com/wp-content/uploads/2010/09/first-image.jpeg">Tearing down the iPod Shuffle may look easy - it is, after all, made of a few pieces of aluminium press-fitted and glue