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USB 3.0 available – What to expect?

USB 2.0 has been sufficient for users worldwide since then. USB 2.0 has a theoretical transfer speed of 480Mbps making it seriously faster than its predecessor (40x to be exact.) However, with today's high-definition video content, terabyte storage devices, high megapixel count digital cameras, and multi-gigabyte mobile phones and portable media players, 480Mbps is just not really that fast anymore. So comes the big announcement of the Super Speed USB aka USB 3.
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NEW Google Chrome OS on your Flash drive

Chromium OS is the the open source build of Google's highly anticipated upcoming web-focused netbook operating system, was made into a thumb-drive-friendly recently by a helpful hacker named Hexxeh. His latest build, ChromiumOS Zero, adds Chrome extension support, speed boosts, and cool stuff.
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What do we know about Apple’s iSlate

One thing is for sure, rumour and speculation by the truck load has surrounded the fabled Apple iSlate, if thats even the tablet PC's name. We will now, taking from all this "information", try to piece together what this gorgeous looking piece of machinery will be made up of. This has not been easy, not be any stretch of the imagination. Thanks for being so secretive Apple, pfff.