At the Intel Developers Forum (IDF) this week, the company offered plans for a Type-C for audio connector that would replace the 3.5 millimeter mini-jack.
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Google's Alphabet company has formed a lobbying group with Ford, Volvo and other carmakers to press the U.S. government on regulations to help move the self-driving car industry to market.
Researchers at the University of California have discovered a way to use nanowires to allow lithium-ion batteries in smartphones, electric vehicles and other commercial devices to be recharged hundreds of thousands of times.
Japanese researchers have created an e-skin electronic display for human bio feedback that's transparent and flexible enough to distort and crumple in response to body movement.
A Fitbit worn by a 42-year old man who arrived in a Camden, N.J. emergency room with an irregular heartbeat, supplied critical data that allowed doctors to shock the man's heart back into a normal rhythm without risking a stroke.
Everspin is shipping 256Mbit and 1Gbit MRAM chips to commercial customers, which will allow hot data on servers to be stored safely even in a power failure.
Microsoft and University of Washington researchers have successfully converted long strings of ones and zeroes into four basic DNA blocks, which would allow a datacentre as large as a Walmart to shrink to the size of the sugar cube.
The government's warning to the general public and manufacturers of vehicles highlights the potential issues and cybersecurity threats related to connected vehicle technologies. But should we really be worried someone may take control of our car?
The $19 billion merger between two data storage giants Western Digital and flash drive maker SanDisk was approved by shareholders.
The first two phases of the new car-sharing economy are already in place with street rental services and ride sharing firms. The third phase will be an explosion in robotic services.
AMD has issued a driver update enabling its new XConnect interface for external video cards to run over Thunderbolt 3.
PopSlate is a charging case with a customizable e-ink screen that turns the back of your iPhone into an e-reader for any number of apps.
Data storage manufacturers have repeatedly come up against walls, but each time they've scaled those obstacles to higher capacity and better performance. Three new technologies will again enable new capacities for both hard drives and SSDs for generations to come.
Whole Foods Market today announced plans to retrofit more than 100 stores or distribution centers with rooftop solar power.
Seagate has shown off a 10GBps SSD, 4GBps faster than any previous drive.
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