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USB-C was supposed to be the new standard in universal peripheral connectivity. It's too bad nothing works with all the USB-C compatibility problems
The Xiaomi Mi 6 is the Chinese company's first smartphone without a headphone jack, and the reason is it needed a larger battery.
This year's third-gen Apple Watch is expected to adopt standalone LTE, while 2018 iPhones may mix the best of Lightning and USB Type-C technologies.
It's no big secret that Apple probably has a curved OLED iPhone 8 in the pipeline, but what if its Lightning port will go away to make room for USB Type-C?
Rumors say that screen will still be quad HD and not 4K as previously rumored. But it'll be more power-efficient and colorful.
How can the headphone jack-killing HTC Bolt come without a USB-C to 3.5mm cable? Beats us, but at least the adapter is now offered as a free gift.
Qualcomm Quick Charge 3.0, Dash Charge, Super VOOC and all those other standards might have to be abandoned. Or Android Nougat, who knows?
Instead of simplifying the ports and connectivity options on the new MacBook Pro and iPhone 7, Apple has made a big mess of them.
According to Google engineer and USB-C geek Benson Leung, you can charge your Pixel C with the same adapter these new router modules run off of.
A new, standardized USB Audio 3.0 technology for USB Type-C connections aims to remove the traditional headphone jack from more than just phones.
Apple followed Moto in cutting the headphone jack from the iPhone. We're sure more companies will follow. The impending horror of USB Type C audio adapters.
The USB-C earbuds that got promoted with the HTC 10 at launch in April are finally on sale. The noise-canceling ,sweatproof cans cost close to $200.
Whelp. The Moto Z has gone and done it. No longer will our smartphones be plagued by a 3.5mm hole forcing our phones to thicknesses exceeding a whopping six millimeters. Because we don’t need no portly devices, right? Thank goodness someone has stepped up and gotten rid of that unsightly hole in the top or bottom of our phones. Seriously though, I wrote a couple of weeks ago about how USB Type-C may have come a bit too soon for the public, and since it’s now replacing decades old hardware, I thought it might be time to take a look at it again.
Someone needs to remind OEMs that [...]
A USB Type-C cord is nowhere near as valuable as a Samsung Gear VR headset, but when given away for free, it goes nicely with the HTC 10 phone.
Our phones are just now adopting a new connector, but it's never too early to speculate. Should our phones move from USB Type C to Thunderbolt 3?
As more phones are changing the connector which we use to charge and transfer data. What is USB Type C? Here's what it can and can't do!
Tests have been done to show that the LG G5 can use the USB Power Delivery standard in addition to Qualcomm's Quick Charge 3.0. Yes, that's important.
We're hearing of a case of an HTC 10 heating to extreme temperatures after charging off of a Pixel C power block. It all gets tricky from there.
USB Type-C is the next generation of USB connector. There is a lot that is attractive, but there are enough shortcomings to wonder if it has come too early.
While the back of the OnePlus 3 isn't ready to show off, a reputable Twitter leaker does show off some interesting features of the phone.
You may have one more reason to eye the Galaxy Note 6 this year. Plus, would USB-C on a new phone mean a new Gear VR headset?
Intel's working on new standards that could one day make USB type-C headphones ubiquitous.
Learn about the new USB type-C authentication scheme, and how it intends to give users confidence in the accessories they attach to their devices.