Fight to Repair
New York becomes the first state in the country to pass historic legislation that would make it easier to fix your things.
For more than a decade, Apple has made it difficult for customers to replace a battery or a screen. Now it’s selling repair parts to everyone.
The world’s largest smartphone manufacturer says it will make its phones and other devices easier to repair by partnering with iFixit.
The White House explains why Biden cares about right to repair and how it plans to implement new rules that make it easier to fix your things.
The federal government is officially planning to fight policies that prevent farmers from repairing their tractors.
Fourteen states are exploring “right to repair” legislation as the movement gains steam.
The "Critical Medical Infrastructure Right-to-Repair Act of 2020" is the first time Congress has ever considered a bill that would break manufacturer repair monopolies.
Apple lost its counterfeit case against a Norwegian repair shop owner last year, but the $1 trillion company won't let it go.
With Allstate's purchase of iCracked, you could say the right to repair movement is ... in good hands.
An Australian hacker has spent thousands of hours hacking the DRM that medical device manufacturers put on CPAP machines to create a free tool that lets patients modify their treatment.
"The goal is to intimidate consumers and repair organizations and deceive them into thinking that that a warranty is void if anybody other than Microsoft opens up the box."
Amazon told independent refurbishers that it will now only allow "authorized resellers" to sell Apple products on Amazon Marketplace.