New Program Tackles USB-C Power Fails

Avoiding USB chargers that might fry your motherboard could be easier with a new certification program. There’ll be a special logo to show chargers meet the required specifications. It affects Type-C connectors, introduced in 2014 with the killer feature of being symmetrical and ending the dreaded under-the-table plug flipping (along with the gag about USB’s […]

Ice Cream Cones Without The Drips

Two teens are pitching a custom addition to the ice cream cone that’s a beautiful hack, if not necessarily a profitable business. The Drip Drop is simply an edible tray that slides onto a cone and catches any ice cream that melts and drips down the side. The pair even have an environmental element to […]

60TB Solid-State Drive On The Way

Seagate has produced a 60 terabyte solid-state drive, four times bigger than any current models. However, it won’t be appearing for a while and most certainly will not be a consumer unit. Unlike many such drives, the new model is a 3.5 inch format, making it much easier to use in data centers without needing […]