VR rivals come together to develop a single-cable spec for VR headsets

  1. VR rivals come together to develop a single-cable spec for VR headsets  Ars Technica
  2. Your next virtual reality headset will require just one USB-C cable to connect  Digital Trends
  3. VirtualLink USB-C spec for VR headset laid down by Nvidia, Oculus, Valve, AMD, and Microsoft  ZDNet
  4. New Open Industry Standard Introduced for Connecting Next-Generation VR Headsets to PCs, Other Devices  GlobeNewswire
  5. Virtual reality giants unveil VirtualLink as a standardized cable that may simplify VR rigs  PCWorld
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Your next virtual reality headset will require just one USB-C cable to connect

  1. Your next virtual reality headset will require just one USB-C cable to connect  Digital Trends
  2. VirtualLink USB-C spec for VR headset laid down by Nvidia, Oculus, Valve, AMD, and Microsoft  ZDNet
  3. The next generation of VR headsets will connect over a single USB-C cable  The Verge
  4. New Open Industry Standard Introduced for Connecting Next-Generation VR Headsets to PCs, Other Devices  GlobeNewswire
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One cable to rule them all: a look at Apple's retired connectors through the years

  1. One cable to rule them all: a look at Apple’s retired connectors through the years  AppleInsider
  2. Apple’s iPhone 8 is about to get even better  Computerworld
  3. Apple’s iPhone USB-C charger may be real if these photos are  CNET
  4. iPhone 9: Apple’s 18W USB-C charger shown off in leaked images  The INQUIRER
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Apple just cut the price of the one cable you can't get anywhere else that charges your iPhone super fast

  1. Apple just cut the price of the one cable you can’t get anywhere else that charges your iPhone super fast  Business Insider
  2. Apple cuts USB-C to Lightning cable price to $19  The Verge
  3. Apple Drops Price of USB-C to Lightning Cable to Just $19 Matching its USB-A Counterpart  Wccftech
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Voltage loss in cable bacteria

An international research group has shed new light on cable bacteria. Using laser light, researchers have followed electrons as they travel through the current-conducting bacteria, and on the basis of the electrical potential in the bacteria, they have calculated that the bacteria because of voltage loss cannot function efficiently at depths exceeding 3 cm into the sediment.
Source: Science Daily