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stands for Universal Serial Bus. USB is a wired connection between two electronic divices. It is also means of connecting a device to a computer so they can communicate and exchange information or data. Presently there are four types of USB connector and they are Type A, Type B, mini-A, mini-B.

LandingZone dock for the MacBook Air adds more ports

11/30/2011, One of the drawbacks to owning the MacBook Air is its lack of USB ports. It features a maximum of two ports which limits the amount of peripherals you can attach to it at once. Well short of attaching a separate USB hub, what Kitae Kwon has created with...

Crypteks USB protects your data physically and digitally

11/30/2011, If you’re the type that carries around with you sensitive information, there’s a Kickstarter project that you might be interested in checking out. It’s called the Crypteks USB drive and it will combine not just digital encryption, but provides a...

QPAD unveils MK-85 gaming keyboard with N-key roll over

11/23/2011, Gamers, if you’re in the market to replace your worn out keyboard that has been abused over the years due to gaming for hours on end, QPAD has unveiled the MK-85 gaming keyboard that features N-key roll over, a feature that we’re sure many gamers will...

FXI Cotton Candy is Android on a USB stick

11/18/2011, FXI Technologies, a hardware and software startup based in Norway has just demonstrated the world’s first “any screen, connected computing USB device.” Codenamed Cotton Candy, this USB stick allows users to run Android or Linux on just...

Thanko USB Eye Warmer

11/04/2011, I know, I know, sitting in front of the computer all day long while churning out report after report as well as spreadsheets are not exactly most people’s idea of fun, but as long as it puts food on the table, if you get my drift. Having said that,...

NVIDIA Patents Tiny Computer

11/03/2011, Somewhere deep in the US Patent and Trademarks Office (USPTO), there is a filing about a nano-computer designed by NVIDIA. From their description, the computer would roughly be as big as a USB key (40-60 x 10-12 x 5-10mm), but yet powerful enough to be...

Monster and SDJ Technologies enter into memory storage deal

11/02/2011, Monster and SDJ Technologies have come together to develop a new “Monster Digital” brand that will handle memory storage needs, which seems pretty out of whack considering how Monster’s expertise lies in rolling out high-performance...

Transformers USB drive keeps your files safe and opens bottles

10/31/2011, If you’re a fan of Transformers, you’ll love these thumb drives from Edgewave Electronics. The thumb drives feature die cast metal bodies shaped into the insignias of the Autobots and the Decepticons. These thumb drives also glow blue when in...

Skull MP3 Player II makes for good Halloween decorations

10/31/2011, If you’re planning on holding a Halloween party in your house, why not keep to theme of things and pump scary music through the Skull MP3 Player II by Brando? For those who follow Brando’s products, the Skull MP3 Player II is the successor to the...

Acer M2 TV monitors headed to Europe

10/27/2011, There are TVs, and there are monitors, but it looks like Acer has plans for some sort of hybrid with TV monitors when they released their M2 Series of displays, and adding to that list are the M222HQML, M242HML and the M272HML and they are expected to...

FlashHarp USB now comes in a necklace format

10/26/2011, Now here is a special gift which you can get for your geekette – if there is such a word, which would be the FlashHarp USB necklace, merging both fashion and technology in one fell swoop. Basically, this will not only function as a lovely accessory...

Toshiba unveils USB powered monitor for laptops

10/26/2011, If you have need for a secondary display for your laptop, maybe one screen for your word processor and the other for your browser while you do your research, Toshiba has just launched a USB-powered secondary monitor for laptops.

Buffalo 4-port USB 3.0 card benchmarked, looks speedy

10/25/2011, Buffalo has done their very own set of benchmarks with their latest release, a USB 3.0 PCI add-on card, and have claimed some rather phenomenal results. In fact, we are looking at read/write speeds that are said to go beyond the 300MB/s mark, now how...