Rumors are circulating that Apple is getting ready to revamp the MacBook Air, and that the new notebook will not only be smaller, but that it will get rid of the full-sized USB port, SD card slot, and even the MagSafe connector.
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The $299 external box can house a full length, dual-height card to give the new Alienware 13 notebook a graphics boost via a proprietary connector.
A USB stick you can expand and connect via wi-fi to devices that lack USB ports? SanDisk's wireless flash drive is handy, but not perfect.
Asus could be required to pay $138 million in damages and possibly stop producing products that use USB technology.
The new USB Power Delivery (PD) standard was shown off last week at IDF 2012. It can provide the 60 watts of power needed to recharge a laptop battery, and may be available starting later this year.
update Local scientists reveal microchip that facilitates transfer of large data volumes at 2 gigabits per second, which is suitable for use in low-power and mobile devices.
The MacBook Pro notebook industrial design hasn't changed in four years and its rumored to get a major refresh with a thinner design and USB 3.0 at WWDC in June.
Despite a number of drawbacks, the Vostro 3555 could be a good buy if you're looking for a low-cost business workhorse. It's also the first business notebook we've seen with three USB 3.0 ports.
Dell's convertible Latitude XT3 tablet has some neat features and a good choice of configurations. However, it lacks USB 3.0 and an optical drive, battery life is disappointing and it's relatively heavy for a 13.3in. notebook. As a result, we'd hesitate to recommend it for everyday use.
Much of this ThinkPad's design — and particularly the excellent keyboard — is traditional, but it packs plenty of up-to-date specs too: Core i7 CPU, hybrid discrete/integrated graphics, solid-state drive, USB 3.0 and a high-quality multimedia subsystem. All this makes for an expensive notebook, but it's one we're happy to recommend.
People can quickly load a secure cloud-based Windows or Linux operating system onto client computers via a USB device, thanks to prototype technology developed by IBM
Two new gadgets from Current Werks are due to ship in January, but they can be preordered off the company's Web site.
Lenovo's newest ThinkVision monitor is 14-inches and connects to laptops via USB.
Inspired by the iPad, Samsung opted to remove USB support from its Galaxy Tab 10.1. But the feature is making its way back via this $20 adapter. Feeling swindled?
Rather than operate via Bluetooth or RF-equipped USB dongle, HP's Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse uses the same receiver as a computer's wireless connection.
This question always pops into my head whenever I am roaming an airport desperately seeking a place to recharge my notebook computer and other gadgets: why is it that I can get all sorts of network "juice" via wireless means, while I have to rely on some cord to keep these darn things running?
Via Honeycomb 3.1, Android now features USB support for MP3 players, digital cameras, keyboards, and game controllers.
MSI has a pair of new "mainstream" notebooks available for the taking starting today. Both the CX640 and CR640 laptops share a few similarities, including fairly affordable price tags.
Google is offering a $20,000 cash prize for any hacker who can successfully compromise a Cr-48 Chrome Notebook via a vulnerability -- and sandbox escape -- in its Chrome web browser.
The company's future handsets will allow customers to charge their phones via micro-USB or via the standard 2mm Nokia charger
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