Buying advice: Why your next notebook should have a USB4 or Thunderbolt 4 port

Buying advice: Why your next notebook should have a USB4 or Thunderbolt 4 port

Thunderbolt 4 will save you a lot of headaches and confusion. #thunderbolt4 #usb4 #usbc #buyingguide
USB, simplified: standards body ditches SuperSpeed branding in favour of simpler logos

USB, simplified: standards body ditches SuperSpeed branding in favour of simpler logos

You don’t need to guess what your USB cable or port is capable of, since the new branding tells you your USB-C’s data transfer speed and wattage to your face.
Future iPhones will have USB-C ports as EU votes overwhelming in favour of standardising ports
Next-generation USB4 will deliver speeds of up to 80Gbps using existing USB-C cables

Next-generation USB4 will deliver speeds of up to 80Gbps using existing USB-C cables

It looks like USB is about to get a whole lot faster.
Buying Guide: A list of USB hubs and Thunderbolt 4 docks

Buying Guide: A list of USB hubs and Thunderbolt 4 docks

With Thunderbolt 4 becoming more common, and with USB hubs here to stay, the market of hubs and docks can get a bit confusing. We're here to help point you in the right direction.
USB-C will soon be able to support up to 240W of charging

USB-C will soon be able to support up to 240W of charging

Soon, all notebooks – even gaming ones – can be charged via USB-C.
What is USB4 and understanding USB now

What is USB4 and understanding USB now

USB4 is coming and the rest of USB has been renamed. Here's how to make sense of it all.
PSA: It's totally ok to pull out your USB drive without "safely removing" them
This is why we don't see many notebooks adopting USB Type-C

This is why we don't see many notebooks adopting USB Type-C

A recent report from Taiwan has revealed the reasons as to why some notebook manufacturers are apprehensive about adopting USB Type-C.
Would you buy a dongle that destroys your USB ports?

Would you buy a dongle that destroys your USB ports?

There's a dongle being crowdfunded right now that fries any USB port that it is connected to. No, we're not kidding in the least.