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Following up on our guides on creating Windows 10 USB install media, we go a step further, walking you through a non-destructive Windows 10 installation using virtual hard disks (VHDs).
A piece of malware that is virtually unpatchable and infects USB memory sticks is now in the wild, with the very real potential of spreading rapidly and causing damage worldwide.
Since Windows 10 is now out to preview, we've put together the following guide the will take you through all the required steps to prepare USB media for use in installing Windows 10.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group today announced the completion of the USB Type-C spec allowing new devices to have far slimmer USB cables and connectors. It also supports SuperSpeed and USB power upto 100w
Corsair has announced the newest addition to the Voyager family at Computex 2014. The new flash drive will support USB 3.0, and 2.0. It will feature "SSD Performance" inside of a USB flash drive.
There are two options when it comes to running Linux from a USB drive: from within Windows using virtualization software such as VirtualBox, or creating a boot disk. Here's a quick guide for both.
Although Microsoft hasn't released an official driver for the Xbox One controller, a third-party application now lets customers use the controller with a Windows PC with a regular USB connection.
USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced that the development for a new and improved USB connection specification called the "Type-C" connector has begun and is expected to be finalized by mid-2014.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has approved the specifications for the next version of its data port technology as USB 3.1, previously known as USB SuperSpeed +, which boosts the top data speed to 10 Gbps
Microsoft released security patches yesterday. One of the fixes relates to USB drives. A hacker could gain unauthorized access to a machine just by using a specially formatted USB drive.
Paul Ferson launches rockets at things from the comfort of an armchair in order to bring you this this review of a USB-powered missile launcher for your own computer.
Do you need a USB thumb drive but are tired of the boring old designs? Then Mimoco has a product for you. We will look at Star Wars themed USB flash drives, but there are others to choose from too.
Back when the Windows 8 Consumer Preview hit the Web, we offered a basic guide on configuring a virtual machine. With Windows 8's Release Preview available and the final version inching toward...
Have you ever dreamt of finding a way of using a 360 controller on a PS3 or vice-versa? Well, now you can with the Cronus USB adapter. The device is cross compatible with the Xbox 360 and the PS3.
DNA decoding is proving to be a fundamental part in identifying genetic problems as well as diseases in general. A unique USB flash drive has been made to make this process more efficient.
USB 3.0, the newest and fastest version of the USB port technology, will start appearing on both smartphone products and on tablets by the end of 2012, according to the industry's standards group.
Microsoft's official Windows 8 blog site has confirmed that the upcoming next version of Microsoft's operating system will support the new USB 3.0 port interface.
The USB 3.0 Promoter Group has announced that it is creating a brand new power delivery specification, which they feel will help to “extend the capabilities and usages” of cable bus power.
Even the fastest USB 2.0 flash drives are unable to match today's conventional hard drives. Considering that we often cite hard drives as the slowest component in a computer, it's about time we moved on....
A rumour has been floating around the Internet about the possibility to the iPad 2 announcement in the coming weeks. The announcement could be on February 1 to introduce the all new tablet. Kevin Rose, who...
Earlier this year at CES in January, Infinitec, a company based in Dubai, showed a USB looking device said to be able to have "infinite" space for people to store their files on. They now...
So, you've been hearing all this buzz about Ubuntu for a while now and you finally want to take it for a spin? While dual booting Ubuntu with Windows is fairly straightforward, it can seem...
Among all the new excitement from Saturday's iPad launch, new confusions over the device's ability to charge over USB have started to appear. Customers are reporting that their newly purchased iPads aren't charging over USB...
The Universal Serial Bus standard has come a long way since its introduction in 1996. Backed by a consortium of companies led by Intel, Compaq and Microsoft, it offered some unheard-of features for its time,...
According to a report from EETimes.com, Intel has pushed plans to support USB 3.0 in its chipsets back until 2011. Without Intel's support for the standard, motherboard and gadget makers will be forced to hold...
Sarah Sharp, a self-styled "geekess" and Linux developer at Intel's Open Source Technology Center who has recently been working on the Linux USB subsystem, announced on her blog that support of USB 3.0 will soon...
Recently we were given opportunity to review the Zpen, a multifunctional digital pen to help digitalize your notes made by Dane-Elec. Now, our friends at Dane-Elec have now announced a new product called the Mini-Mate....
Imation Corp. last week unveiled the Atom Flash Drive, a 1.5-inch-long portable storage device that is no larger than a paperclip and can store up to 8GB of digital files. Weighing less than one ounce...