At CES 2015, we got a glimpse of the future of USBs and it's pretty cool.
USB Type C is reversable, so it doesn't matter how you plug it in. We go hands-on with it.
At CES 2015, USB Implementers Forum demoed USB Type-C, while MSI announces its first gaming laptop and motherboard that support this new connection standard.
Impossibly handy for homes, cars, campsites, job sites and more, this compact light can also power your smartphone.
DisplayPort technology lost out to HDMI in the marketplace, but it could get some help from next-gen USB connectors coming in 2015. Don't kiss those copper cables goodbye just yet.
Able to simultaneously charge four tablets, this 48W Aukey AIPower quad-port car charger is the most powerful we've tested.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains the USB standard and the significance of the latest USB Type-C.
Video shows someone unplugging a USB cable from an Apple computer and plugging it back in via the reverse direction.
The company's Lightning connector is already reversible on the eight-pin dock side, but Apple might start offering a reversible connector on the other end as well.
Normally $129.99, this portable (!) 16-inch screen works in both portrait and landscape orientations.