Just like Apple’s new Lightning connector, the next USB plug will be tiny and totally reversible.
Intel’s ultrafast Thunderbolt interface is going to get a lot faster in its next iteration.
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Phorce is a pricey bag, no doubt. But it’s also a very cool, smart-looking, and smart-acting gadget bag.
Secure collaboration firm WatchDox just released the results of a document security study by the Ponemon Institute. And the consensus is that we suck at security.
The high-speed USB 3.0 standard will finally make its way to smartphones and tablets by the end of 2012, the organization behind USB standard said at the Consumer Electronics Show on Sunday.
Remember that $25 computer-on-a-stick we showed you a couple months ago?
Apple is expected to show off new Macbook Pro laptops on Thursday, and among their new features is a high-speed interface using Intel’s Light Peak technology. But it seems Apple won’t stick with the technical-sounding Light Peak name — instead, its new ports will be called Thunderbolt, Engadget reports.
Cloud Engines, maker of the Pogoplug device for accessing and sharing content from your hard drive via the internet, today announced the launch of Pogoplug Pro. And for those who never liked the device because it was bright pink, the new Pro comes in black.