I'll be hacked for Christmas

Wednesday, 25 July 2007, 8:04 PM EST

As thousands of XBoxes, iPods, talking Monsters Inc. dolls and other tech gifts make their way under Christmas trees this season, a few dedicated hobbyists are tearing these products apart in hopes of making improvements that manufacturers either didn't think of or didn't deem cost-effective.

To help others who'd like to make the gift of technology a little more personal, these hackers are publishing their findings online alongside step-by-step instructions for duplicating their modifications.

At Wired.

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