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An Apple employee spills the secrets of Apple store life to Popular Mechanics.
The Computer History Museum this week opens a $19 million, 25,000-square-foot building expansion and exhibition titled: "Revolution: The First 2000 Years of Computing"
Expect parity in pricing with USB 2.0 and for USB 3.0 everywhere in 2011.
Typing more than a few sentences on the virtual keyboard of an iPad or other tablet is a pain in the neck. That experience is about to get a whole lot better.
The holidays are the perfect time to stop being so serious and engage in a little frivolity. These crazy USB gadgets will help out.
Our guide to the coolest cubicle accessories has everything you could want, from USB-powered fragrances to in-office gardens.
Researchers have found that sitting with a laptop computer on your legs can elevate temperatures in the scrotum, a condition known as scrotal hyperthermia.
If you have two Benjamins to spend on holiday gear for a loved one (or even yourself), you have a range of choices--including robots, kooky Japanese watches, great graphics boards, brightly colored USB 3.0 storage, and more.
Can you really put a fully functioning PC inside a jack-o'-lantern? We may be out of our gourds, but we did it.
Altona's KVM switch lets you connect to your notebook via UWB and provides a USB adapter for your PC.
Our picks for serious storage--like the 3TB Western Digital MyBook Essential and the Iomega eGo SuperSpeed USB 3.0--mix here with innovative mice such as the Microsoft Arc Touch, and easy networking in the form of Cisco's M20 Valet Plus.