USB 4 promises a host of benefits that include faster transfer speeds, better management of video and optional compatibility with Thunderbolt 3.
The USB Promoter Group announced it is stepping forward to the USB 4 interface that enables up to 40 Gbps of throughput and supports Thunderbolt 3.
With an integrated GigE MAC and PHY, the GX3 controller is designed to handle up to Gigabit Ethernet speeds over USB 3.0.
MHL and Silicon Image are ready to deliver exciting new ways for you to use your smartphone over a USB Type-C cable -- but OEMs are stuck in the mud.
Microsoft recently revealed USB 3.1 Type-C compatibility for Windows 10 in the form of a panel description for the upcoming winHec hardware development conference in China this coming March.
ASRock announced the launch of new motherboards that will feature the USB 3.1 standard, with Type-A and Type-C connectors.
Bluetech Industries is producing a new product called the SONICable that aims to be the solution to some of our mobile device charging problems.
We got our hands on the first USB 3.1-capable motherboard, MSI's X99A Gaming 9 ACK, and ASMedia's ASM1352R-equipped developer board for some early benchmarks with two striped SSDs and an ultra-fast thumb drive.
SanDisk intros three new storage solutions at CES 2015, including the SSD Plus, Ultra II mSATA SSD and Ultra Dual USB drive 3.0.
USB 3.1 brings with it exciting new capabilities in the form of the USB Type-C connector and cables, USB SuperSpeed 10 Gb/s and USB Power Delivery v.2.0.
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