Blow on it like an old Nintendo.
Modern 'smart' hardware now comes with hidden expiration dates that encourage waste, piss off consumers, and put the entire internet at risk.
The half-used ink cartridge wouldn't print until it was re-enrolled in the "HP Instant Ink" program for $4.99 per month.
John Deere makes it difficult to repair its new tractors without specialized software, so an increasing number of farmers are buying older models.
The Star Wars galaxy could have desperately used right to repair laws.
If you don't put your old smartphone in your nightstand, where does it go?
Nikon is making it harder to repair its cameras, 'the canary in the coal mine' for the right-to-repair movement.
Apple tries to put a nice face on its anticonsumer policies.
Microsolderer Jessa Jones is recovering precious data from iPhones that Apple won't fix.
A New Hampshire lawmaker suggested that we shouldn't fix the $1,000 devices we buy and instead we will "just get a new one."
Massachusetts is vying to become the first state to protect consumers' right to repair their electronics.
Eric Lundgren spent a year in prison for selling counterfeit Windows restore discs, now he’s home and ready to keep saving the planet.