Industrial camera specialist Point Grey Research is due to show off a USB 3.0-equipped webcam capable of streaming uncompressed 1080p video to the host at IDF.
Kanguru has announced the availability of a rather novel pendrive featuring both USB 2.0 and eSATA 3Gb/s connectivity, with a surprising difference in performance between the two.
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.
The IEEE 1394 Trade Association has announced an updated version of the Firewire standard, known as Firewire S3200.
IDF FALL 07: Pat Gelsinger delivered a few more tidbits of information on Nehalem. SMP is already up and running with QuickPath technology.
Kurtis Kronk takes us through a quick and simple USB key mod which even a novice can handle and which anyone can have fun with.
One enterprising Dutch manufacturer has come up with a flash drive embedded in random wood bits. Ecofriendly data storage?
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.
Quick 'n' dirty: this Lego mod is one of the simplest (and most cunning) that we've seen in quite a while. Breathtaking? No. Incredibly funky? Hell yeah.
Only in Japan: Sun Alliance have launched a range of Thumb Drives that are shaped literally like thumbs. Various sushi-shaped models are also available.