General Hardware

Intel’s Thunderbolt 4 standard looks to raise the bar for USB-C devices - Circuit Breaker

  1. Intel’s Thunderbolt 4 standard looks to raise the bar for USB-C devices  Circuit Breaker
  2. Intel details Thunderbolt 4: Required DMA protection, longer cables, and more  Ars Technica
  3. Intel details its USB4-compliant Thunderbolt 4 standard  Engadget
  4. Apple promises to support Thunderbolt on its new ARM Macs  Circuit Breaker
  5. One Standard to (Maybe) Rule Them All: Intel Debuts Thunderbolt 4  ExtremeTech
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News
Read more
General Hardware

Vizio’s 2020 TV plans: HDMI 2.1, FreeSync, eARC, and—at long last—OLED - Ars Technica

  1. Vizio’s 2020 TV plans: HDMI 2.1, FreeSync, eARC, and—at long last—OLED  Ars Technica
  2. The Morning After: Vizio puts a price on its first OLED 4K TVs  Engadget
  3. Vizio OLED 4K TVs announced: Competitively priced 55-inch and 65-inch models with a ProGaming Engine featuring VRR support and HDMI 2.1  Notebookcheck.net
  4. Samsung’s Huge, $10000 4K TV Is Over $7000 Off Right Now  Gear Patrol
  5. 55-inch Vizio M-Series QLED 4K TV down to $550 for 4th of July  Digital Trends
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News
Read more
General Hardware

Hands-On With watchOS 7's Sleep Tracking, Watch Face Sharing and Handwashing Monitor - MacRumors

  1. Hands-On With watchOS 7’s Sleep Tracking, Watch Face Sharing and Handwashing Monitor  MacRumors
  2. All the Apple Watch Series 6 rumors (and some clues hidden in the WatchOS 7 update)  CNET
  3. The Apple Watch Is Now at Its Lowest Price Ever at Amazon  PEOPLE.com
  4. Apple doesn’t want Watch users to stress out about their sleep, so it’s focusing on goals, not data  CNBC
  5. Future Apple Watches Could Scan Your Veins to Detect Gestures  Gizmodo
  6. View Full Coverage on Google News
Read more