Alex gets a new toy for the workshop.
Gigabyte's sub-£400 X570 board offers similar features to more expensive models.
John Romero's unofficial fifth episode to The Ultimate Doom shows the veteran designer can still rip and tear with the best of them.
Intel frees its peripheral tech.
Aims to block fake accessories.
Everything via USB Type-C.
1.6GB/s sustained transfer.
Compatible with existing Type-C cables, too.
Aims to kills the headphone jack.
Looks to lock out bad cables.
Ignition Boost to get things spinning.
First to offer 10Gb/s certification.
USB Type-C makes an unsurprising appearance.
Your move, Thunderbolt.
Four USB ports and more GPIO.
Merges DisplayPort and USB 3.1.
New USB standard to offer Apple Lightning-style reversibility.
Hasn't given up on usurping USB.
10Gb/s USB ports to hit the market soon.
USB 3.0 is left in the dust once again.
Matches Thunderbolt bitrate-for-bitrate.
The USB Power Delivery Specification is official, promising 100W for high-power single-wire devices.
The SATA-IO group has announced a new standard for portable storage: USM Slim.
This little gadget transforms a USB hard disk into a NAS box, complete with media streaming.
Our first look at JMicron's latest JMF616 controller chip reveals it strengths and weaknesses
Samsung has unveiled a new chipset which offers 480MB/sec wireless USB.
July 11 2019 | 15:40
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