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Quoted phrases, wildcards, and standard search operators like + (plus), - (minus), AND, OR, NOT, and parenthesis are all supported.
Narrowing searches based on url, author, date, and other attributes is also possible. For instance, the query [ Streisand sourcename:Techdirt ] restricts searches for "Streisand" to items from the blog "Techdirt".
Examples of other operators follow:
Amazon Kindle Fire Teardown
— Amazon proposes to offer users a full media experience with their $199 tablet. It didn't take long until we decided to see what they crammed inside this value package. Did this teardown kindle a fiery passion for gadget disassembly in you?
Motorola Droid RAZR Teardown
— The Droid RAZR is here, calling upon state-of-the-art space-saving technology, as well as a bit of nostalgia. Claiming once again to have made the thinnest phone in the universe, the Droid RAZR touts impressive features packed into one package.
Little Sister Siri
— Every smartphone has its share of sensors — little doodads that know when you're “steering” that awesome car in that awesome game, or making sure you come back home safe by knowing which way is North — and the iPhone 4S is no different in this regard.
iPhone 4S Camera Made by Sony
— Chipworks definitely has some fancy equipment inside their labs. They took apart one of their iPhone 4S units this morning (using our teardown for guidance, of course) and tossed the 8MP camera directly under an infrared microscope to find out the manufacturer.
iPhone 4S Teardown
— iFixit: “Siri, may we disassemble you for all to see?” iPhone 4S (Siri): “42” iFixit: “I didn't ask for the meaning of life, Siri...” iPhone 4S (Siri): “42 is the number of seconds you have left until I initiate the self-destruct sequence...” iFixit: “Message received.”
Apple Thunderbolt Display Teardown
— The big box we've been waiting for finally arrived. That's right, Apple's Thunderbolt Display crashed the party, and not a moment too soon. After managing to hoist this beast onto our operating table — while being mindful not smudge its 500 square inches …
MacBook Air 13" Mid 2011 Teardown
— July 21 brought us a bountiful harvest of Apple produce! Today, Apple released updates to the 11" and 13" MacBook Airs, as well as an updated Mac mini. Although today is an exciting day for consumers, it is a sad day for consumer repair.
Samsung Series 5 3G Chromebook Teardown
— Just over six months ago, Google released the Cr-48 prototype Chromebook to developers—promising that production hardware would be forthcoming. They weren't lying! With today's release of the first production Chromebook, the Samsung Series 5 3G …
Tracking Device Teardown
— Disclaimer: We love the FBI. We've worked with them on several occasions to fight crime and locate criminals. We've helped them with instructions on gaining entry into certain devices. We have nothing against them, and we hope they don't come after us for publishing this teardown.