Apple has launched an exchange programme covering 37 countries, for an adaptor that came with iPhone 3GS, 4 and 4S.
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iTether available from the iTunes App Store for $14.99.
Charge your iPhone from any micro USB charger.
An analyst has predicted that Intel's data transfer technology will see slow adoption among PC makers due to its high cost
A recent Apple support note tells a tale: depending upon the particular USB setup, the placement of USB hubs, and how the keyboard and mouse are connected to the system, users may experience "unexpected behaviors" and "general system instability." Yikes!
The copper-based technology allows bi-directional transfer at 10Gbps and provides support for DisplayPort and PCIe, promising a reduction in cabling for peripherals
OpenVizsla would leave proprietary systems of all kinds using USB, like the Apple iOS iPhone and the Microsoft Kinect, open to jailbreaks, unlocks and syncing apps of all kinds
Back in September Apple announced a recall of the Ultracompact USB power adapter for the iPhone 3G following claims that the metal prongs might break off in the power outlet an present a risk of electrical shock. Well, today is the day that Apple kicks off the exchange program.
After numerous reports that iTunes 8 causes Blue Screen Of Death (BSOD) crashes on Windows Vista boxes after connecting an iPod or iPhone, Apple has re-released the software – at least the crashy part of it, that is.ZDNet's own Ed Bott, notes that Apple knowledgebase article TS2280 acknowledges the “blue screen error message" and recommends "to first uninstall Apple Mobile Device Support and iTunes, and then download and install the most recent version of iTunes.
For those waiting for a larger hard drive in the Apple TV, wait no more. Apple TV Hacks has posted a tutorial for using an external USB hard drive for expanded storage.
Yesterday I received a Yoggie Pico Pro personal security appliance for review. This is a new Linux-based security computer that's the size and shape of a USB flash drive. The idea is that rather than run security apps on your PC, have them all running on the Yoggie instead. Nice idea, but how well does it work in practice?
Sure, you can assemble a number of individual applications and install them on a USB drive but Portable Apps Suite has done all the hard work for you. Unzip a single file and you're ready to roll.
For now, PC users are locked out of the iPod. But they will find a way in, says Guy Kewney
Windows support for FireWire instead of USB 2.0 is a blow to Intel's plans and could leave consumers in limbo
Will a new generation of peripherals push the Mac maker to the new connectivity standard?
OK, OK, so you've heard it before, but this time it's true? USB 2.0 is on the way
Apple updated its Universal Serial Bus software for the iMac Wednesday, apparently in response to reports of problems printing to USB printers and with other peripheral devices.The iMac Update 1.
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