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Several hundreds and thousands materials are combined together to build an electronic device. Today's electronic devices use semi-conductor components to perform different functions. Even the smallest devices are made up of a good number of components. A mobile phone for example contains a large number of components ranging from five hundred to several thousands. It's possible for some electronic devices to be hazardous to your health as they contain toxic metals such as mercury, lead, cadmium etc. To avoid any potential harm electronics should always be properly recycled when broken or expired.

In this guide you will find articles related to different types of electronic devices and how they work. You'll also read articles and how-tos on troubleshooting issues, refurbishing and recycling outdated or broken devices.

Latest Articles on Electronic Devices
What Apple Gets Right: A Design Analysis of the World's Most Desirable Electronics

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    This article explains how to use a motherboard diagnostic card to troubleshoot and diagnose a wide range of hardware and BIOS faults....

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    How High Are iPad SAR Levels?

    SAR levels gauge the rate at which energy is absorbed into the body when exposed to wireless frequencies such as RFID, WiFi, and Bluetooth. Learn how high the iPad SAR levels are and whether or not the...

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    Going Green with Your Technology - Computers

    Some of the best technology makers are going green. Find out what computer manufacturers are doing to become more environmentally responsible....

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    Reasons College Students Cheat & Plagiarise

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We all know that using standby mode on computers and other equipment helps save energy. But in this case, the solution might be worse than the problem—standby itself is extremely...