If those nesting USB plugs look familiar, you've been reading Gizmodo for a long time. Back in 2010, the stackable USB plug wasn't much more than a big-spoon/little-spoon concept, but now it's almost real—by which I mean it's on Kickstarter.
These days, there's a connector for almost everything: if it's not MagSafe 2 it's that weird USB connector or RCA or who knows what else. Wouldn't it be amazing if there was a single converter box to interconnect them all?
Here's Apple's new Lightning connector, the replacement for the old 30-pin, and the way you'll be charging and syncing all your iPads, Pods, and Phones from now on.
Over a year ago Apple filed a patent application for adding a MagSafe-like connector to iOS devices. Unfortunately, their newly-granted patent may sound like MagSafe's coming to iPads and iPhones—but this isn't it.
There's nothing like a good DVI to better your watching/gaming/skyping experience. And Kanex's new dual-link DVI will hook you up with resolutions of up to 2560x1600 on a 27-inch Apple LED Cinema Display. That is, as long as you've got a PC or Mac with a good graphics card. Plus, you can transfer sound via USB to the…
We put up with too many cables. There are at least four different kinds of USB plugs, two kinds of FireWire and like a million different ways to connect something to TV or monitor. Modern gadget life can be kind of retarded in this way. Why not one kind of cable, or just a couple? I don't know. But until everyone gets…