How do you rig up an LED bulb so it works on the internet of things? That’s the question we try to answer in this teardown of a smart LED bulb and gateway from Osram Sylvania. In a nutshell, it is a tale of two different technologies with the LED bulb power functions built […]
Amazon’s push-button-ordering gizmo could be a harbinger of things to come on the Internet of Things. But is it a hacker’s dream? Lee Teschler – Executive Editor firstname.lastname@example.org…
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You might say an electronic ice cube makes for a cool teardown – literally. Here’s what’s inside cubes that lighten up drinks. Lee Teschler Executive Editor Transparent plastic…
Executive editor Lee Teschler examines the circuit boards, principal components, and interconnection techniques of Google Glass in this teardown video.
We recently took a close look at a Fitbit, made possible after our recent acquisition of a PC-based microscope for examining tiny stampings of part numbers on super-small…
It’s not such a mean pinball. Executive Editor Lee Teschler speaks with professional pinball player John Replogle about flippers, pop bumpers, and how to keep score without solid state logic.
We dissected five LED light bulbs marketed as equivalents to 60-W incandescents. In this short video we look at an LED bulb from Osram Sylvania, examining its electronics and mechanical design, despite the challenges posed by rubberized material that potted the ac-dc converter board.