Posts Tagged ‘USB’

USB4 devices are expected to be coming in late 2020, with supporting speeds of up to 40Gbps. Here are all the details.

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The USB Promotor Group has just announced that USB4 is coming and it promises to deliver significantly faster speeds. When introduced, USB4 should astound and delight consumers by being able to deliver data transfer speeds of up to a whopping 40Gbps.

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We’re always interested when we hear of new versions of the USB standard that could make things faster. That’s the case with USB 3.2, and devices should start to appear with support towards the end of this year.

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Mobile storage is something that not everyone needs, but if you do, you probably need as much of it as possible. That can get costly, quickly, so being able to save some money can be super important.

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The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has today confirmed the USB 3.2 specification update, which will be used to replace the older USB 3.1 specification when it is released.

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Announced during the ongoing Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Kingston’s new DataTraveler Ultimate Generation Terabyte (GT) is the world’s largest USB flash drive with up to 2TB capacity.

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Apple has now launched a free USB-C charge cable replacement program for the 12-inch MacBook (2015 model) as well as those cables that were purchased as a standalone accessory. Here are the details.

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Now that the 2015 Black Friday and Cyber Monday are over, Cyber week sale is still on, and here we’re taking a look at five best tech deals that are still available to take advantage of.

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USB based chargers for our smartphones, tablets – and multiple other gadgets – have literally become the bog standard for our battery refueling requirements, but the power outlets in our homes have yet to keep up with that need. A new contraption has just been coined and it lets you quickly swap your existing power outlet cover plate with one housing a USB charging port. Head over the jump to read all about this nifty little invention and how it works.

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SanDisk has revealed the first USB thumb drive to take advantage of the new USB Type-C standard while also keeping the legacy USB option around at the same time.

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In a world where our smartphones and computers are under constant attack from viruses and malware, the humble USB port wasn’t believed to be a particularly concerning attack vector for accessory manufacturers, and certainly wasn’t on the minds of those using it. As of last July, that all changed after Karsten Nohl and Jakob Lell announced a security floor that they dubbed BadUSB.

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The new Type-C USB standard, which first rolled out to OEMs last month, also includes what’s described as ‘DisplayPort Alternate Mode,’ which means it’s capable of transmitting data of much higher resolutions. Set to be a part of the elusive Retina MacBook Air’s hardware repertoire, the multi-functional Type-C standard would serve as both USB and DisplayPort in one hybrid package, pushing SuperSpeed USB (USB 3.1) while also supporting display resolutions up to and above the 4K threshold for Ultra-HD.

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