Let’s face it, a new revision to an old standard isn't usually cause for wild celebration. But champagne corks were popping in August 2014 when it was announced that the USB Type-C connector standard was finalized. The new document took its place alongside its older siblings—the USB 3.1 interface specification and the USB Power Delivery speci
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