The WiGig Alliance has begun releasing specifications to use 60GHz wireless technology to link tablets to monitors and even replace links deep within a PC chassis.
Electrical engineers present work confirming that ultrawideband radio technology could vastly improve remote, continuous, real-time health monitoring.
The third-generation version of the ubiquitous technology is creeping to market--but the leader of the group overseeing USB 3 says it's par for the course.
Several Lenovo X-, T- and R-series computers qualify for Energy Star 4.0, including its new T61p notebook.
The chipmaker wants to replace today's hodge-podge of copper cables with a single type of optical connection--and hopes standardization will help it catch on.
Long awaited and oft-delayed, the FlyWire wireless HDMI accessory will now never see the light of day.
The Leyio is a, er, thing? It has an OLED screen, yeah, and a detachable USB module, okayyy, and 16GB flash memory, riiight. Oh, just read the article and see if you can work it out
Bluetooth 2.2 promises a new specification called High Speed Bluetooth, that will work in conjunction with your phone's Wi-Fi/UWB capabilities for faster file transfer, video streaming, and more.
Mistakes in a recent analyst report prompted the Bluetooth SIG to respond, stating that Bluetooth 2.2 will not be out, but 3.0 is likely to be the real successor technology.
As the consumer technology expo in Tokyo wraps up, we look at themes among the highly imaginative prototypes and new products. Which will make it to the upcoming CES?