The original 2015 watches are now obsolete according to reports, which means they can't be repaired by Apple. Nothing gold can stay.
Chromebooks have an expiration date, contributing to e-waste. Now, Google has extended their shelf life from 8 years to 10.
Apple agrees to settle a class action lawsuit related to its “butterfly” keyboard, an environmental and usability disaster that plagued the company and customers for years.
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 war effort's "invisible heroes" are risking their lives to keep information flowing.
The Agricultural Right to Repair Act would force manufacturers to give farmers the tools and documentation they need to keep their equipment running.
The lawsuit is the latest salvo in the ongoing right-to-repair movement that seeks to free devices from manufacturers' arbitrary repair DRM.
Facing mounting legislation and pushback from customers and shareholders, an embattled John Deere looks to the SEC to keep it from answering questions.
The biggest names in the fight to let you fix your own stuff come onto Cyber and explain Apple’s change of heart.
Eight leaked training videos show how Apple instructs its repair partners to buy expensive parts when cheap ones will do.