Google hit with £3.78 billion EC fine
Will, naturally, appeal.
Could leapfrog current tech.
Aims to kills the headphone jack.
Now a LaCie-brand exclusive feature.
Just 7mm in its USB 3.0 housing.
This micro-ATX chassis comes in at just £32 - can SilverStone maintain quality for so low a price?
Alleged Intel leak hints at next-gen boost.
New USB standard to offer Apple Lightning-style reversibility.
Hasn't given up on usurping USB.
We check out Transcend's small but speedy external USB 3.0 SSD.
First board with 20Gb/s interconnection.
The Transcend StoreJet 25M3 is drop resistant and features one-touch auto-backup.
USB 3.0 is left in the dust once again.
Sleep mode can disconnect drives, it is claimed.
The USB Power Delivery Specification is official, promising 100W for high-power single-wire devices.
Asus and MSI have become the first motherboard makers to announce Thunderbolt support.
Intel has begun shipping its second-generation Cactus Ridge Thunderbolt parts, boasting lower power draw.
Intel's much-vaunted Light Peak technology will apparently be launching based on copper cabling.
Kingston has officially unveiled the HyperX MAX 3.0 range of USB-connected SSDs.
AMD's up-coming Hudson D1 laptop-oriented southbridge could include USB 3.0 support.
An internal Indilinx SSD with a USB 3 port: external storage has never been so fast!
Intel may have good reason to delay its implementation of USB 3.0: it believes its LightPeak optical cabling technology, capable of double the throughput, is better.
NEC has come up with a new technique for increasing the speed of data transfer on a USB 3.0 bus - getting more than three times the throughput of conventional controllers.
Benchmarks carried out on external storage devices show that USB 3.0 offers impressive speed gains over its predecessor - but that eSATA is still the speed king.
Storage specialist LaCie has announced a collaboration with Symwave to launch a dual-disk USB 3.0 external storage box which can be configured in RAID 1 or 0.
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.
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.