Amazon and other retailers should stop selling cheap USB-C cables with faulty wiring that can damage laptops, and instead demand certification for these cables (Dieter Bohn/The Verge)
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Amazon and other retailers should stop selling cheap USB-C cables with faulty wiring that can damage laptops, and instead demand certification for these cables — USB-C cables are playing Russian Roulette with your laptop — Over the past year or so, one of the biggest tech stories …
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