Could Turbolinux really develop a true portable PC which fits on a flash drive? Turbolinux introduces (what I call) their version of U3 called Wizpy. The USB Wizpy device is 60GB of flash storage with 1.71 OLED display and together with Linux create a portable computer system. The flash device then uses any PC for […]
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With the number of employees working out of a home office increasing drastically over the past 10 years, many are good at what they do, but are in no way computer technicians and can often get stuck when computer problems arise. To that end, TechRepublic created a portable IT flash drive to help those in […]
People with visual problems can now plug into any PC without having to download any special software they may require using a U3 key. Serotek Corporation has introduced mobile software which uses the U3 API to unlock computer freedom for the visually impaired via USB flash drives.
Microsoft Vista adds another level of security targeted at limiting USB connectivity. The new feature will drive end-users mad and seems more like a tool to keep the honest people honest – after all, if a hacker wants to hack, they’ll hack.