The USB Implementers Forum has announced a new revision of its Power Delivery and Type-C specifications, indicating that devices will soon be able to charge at up to 240W using the connector.
The USB Implementers Forum has announced that the latest USB specification, version 4.0, has been officially published and is available to download. It features transfer rates up to 40Gbps.
As promised a couple of years ago, the USB Implementers Forum has launched an authentication program for USB Type-C devices, which should provide a layer of security when plugging them in.
Today, the USB Implementers Forum announced a new HID standard for braille displays, something that was worked on in collaboration between Microsoft, Apple, and other tech companies.
During IFA 2016 in Berlin the HDMI Licensing organization announced HDMI Alternate Mode with which manufacturers will be able to create a single cable that can connect a USB Type-C port to an HDTV.
More and more people are beginning to realize that buying a USB-C cable without doing research is like playing the lottery. USB-IF is going to have a fix for that, which will affect future cables.
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.
Backed by IT industry giants that include Intel, and surrounded by several competitor solutions, all of whom harbor ambitions to become an industry standard, Certified Wireless USB will make its market debut later this year....