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Computex 2015: the biggest news about what's next

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Every year, Asia's electronics companies, big and small, converge upon Taipei in Taiwan to show off their vision of the future. In 2015, the biggest news has actually come from an American company, with Intel's embrace of USB-C signalling that the new connector standard will be the one to unite all our future cabling needs. Hardware manufacturers have gotten in line enthusiastically and have flooded the Taipei show floor with USB-C devices and peripherals.Connectivity remains a big theme, as with every recent tech exhibition, with the Internet of Things, cloud applications and services, and mobile everything providing the more theoretical talking points for Computex. As a nice contrast, the usual gaming PC hardware makers were out in force as well, bringing some weird, wild, and wonderful designs that have reinvigorated our interest in the stoic desktop tower. Browse through this stream for the biggest and most fun news out of the 2015 edition of Computex.