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.
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.
CNET editor Dong Ngo explains the USB standard and the significance of the latest USB Type-C.
The official design for the next-generation, reversible USB has been finalised, and it can be plugged in upside down.
Thunderbolt 3 is coming with a smaller connector -- but not for a while. It's tied to Intel's Skylake chips, and those aren't due until 2015.
The upcoming USB cable design is reversible, has no right-side-up or upside-down problems, and will click when you plug it in. Expect the new design on the market as soon as this year.
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A new USB specification is in development for a plug that can be plugged in either side up.
A major revamp of the ports and cables of the ubiquitous connection technology will make USB connectors reversible, slimmer, and better at transmitting data and power.
The dominant mobile player says it plans to integrate Wilocity's technology into some of its mobile offerings starting next year.