Lexar announced their new Lexar JumpDrive 360 USB Flash Drive at the 2007 CES show. The new style is a capless design and encased in a rotating metal jacket you flip out before use – kinda like a switch blade. All Lexar drives will now ship with BitLocker Drive encryption software and Windows PE 2.0 […]
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Duck posted a concept flash drive which looks much like old-school bike locks. The USB flash drive has a stainless steel chassis with combination lock and wire strap. Knowing the combination will unlock the secrets stored on the flash drive. Oh, but of course encryption software is also included for that 2nd layer of security. […]
TRENDnet has a high powered wireless USB 2.0 adaptor at 108Mbps, the TEW-445UB. This means greater range for wireless devices from the main hub, about 300 feet indoors and up-to 900 feet outdoors! Not bad, but be sure to use either the WEP or WPA encryption technology otherwise your entire neighborhood will be piggy-backing. The […]
3Com is leading the charge for SIP VoIP cell phones. SIP stands for Session Initiation Protocol and SIP enables call-management functions to be embedded in the phone itself, rather than in the network infrastructure. Although this looks almost exactly like the D-Link DPH-541, the new 3Com wireless 3108 VoIP phone is geared towards government facilities, […]
I was about to mention folks in Seattle will love this flash drive, but since New York gets more rain fall per year, it’s the big apple city slickers who’ll appreciate this one. Kingston released a rugged USB flash drive that is water proof up to 4 feet. So if you’re puddle jumping and this […]
Free Remora USB Disk Guard from Essential Skill Consultants provides some great encryption technology. With secure 128 bit encryption technology you can quickly copy files and folders and encrypt them on the fly. USB Disk Guard also has s 50% compression algorithm to greatly increase your USB storage capacity.
U3 applications continue to flourish for flash memory devices. Here are two great free web browsers for U3 enabled devices if you’re into a better experience then what Microsoft has to offer. An updated version of Firefox Portable has officially been released. Another great web browser is Maxthon Internet Browser. Like Firefox there is tabbed […]
Press Release: GetUSB.info Summary: The USB Flash Drive Alliance is officially standing behind “smart” drives where 3rd party applications run directly from a USB flash drive or UFD. This endorsement along with the strong momentum of flash drives in general will surely cement the long term staying power of USB as a preferred bus technology.
Toshiba is late to the party, but they always know what to bring. They are to launch a new line of USB flash drives with U3 support. The storage line is called TransMemory and will range in capacity size of 512MB to 16GBs. As with nearly all flash drives these days you have software for […]
Here is another security product similar to the ID Vault we spoke about several weeks ago. Using the same two stage philosophy of physical hardware with unique IP information one can secure their digital world. The SecuriKey is a two-factor user authentication and data protection system that brings powerful
With products like the D-Link DPH-541 it’s very possible to wipe out those cell phone bills. D-Link’s Wi-Fi Phone is a standalone device that does not require a computer to use. All you need is an 802.11g or 802.11b wireless network with high-speed Internet access to make and receive calls. Use it at home, hotels, […]
Attention control freaks and highly paranoid there is a product for you and your loved ones. The KeyGhost is a USB keylogger device to record every keystroke. Thus giving you complete access to what people are doing on their PC. OK so maybe it’s geared more towards security, government and agency protocols but none-the-less