Samsung has unveiled a new chipset which offers 480MB/sec wireless USB.
Ultra-wideband specialist Wisair has crowed that its single-chip wireless USB implementation has been picked by Fujitsu and Olidata for adaptor dongles.
The USB Promoter Group has finalised the specification for USB 3.0 "SuperSpeed", and is due to announce official details at a conference on Monday.
Google has published a letter to the FCC which outlines the company's plans for utilising the radio spectrum freed by the move to all-digital TV transmissions.
If you use wireless networks in a busy area you could probably do with a spectrum analyser, and hacker Jason Hecker has designed just what you're after.
The IEEE 1394 Trade Association has announced an updated version of the Firewire standard, known as Firewire S3200.
Lenovo has announced the ThinkStation line of workstations, and has released specifications on two models currently planned.
Going completely wireless with your A/V equipment is one step closer to reality thanks to Amimon's Wireless High-Definition Interface chipsets.
We get down and dirty with Logitech's MX Revolution mouse - if you've ever suffered from RSI, this could be the mouse for you. Is it worth the £50 asking price though?
CES 2007: Philips has managed to do what many said wouldn't be done for years - uncompressed, wireless HDMI.
Fed up of forgetting to recharge your phone before heading out? iPod always out of battery? MIT researchers say that a future of wireless power could be closer than we think.
In the 'obvious-yet-bizarre' category, these could become the energy source of choice for gadget users.
Ever wanted a computer that would cook you dinner? It is now possible, thanks to this Japanese USB hotplate mod.
Promoters group declares that the wireless USB spec has been completed; Now in the hands of the Implementers.