Think that keeping hackers out of your digital fortress is already hard work, or that that BYOD is a security timebomb waiting to blow up in your face? Well, here's something new for you to worry about - a $10 USB charger that features a built-in wireless keylogger.
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Tenda 802.11n USB Adapter for $9
Powerlink 802.11n Wireless Adapter $10
A USB stick you can expand and connect via wi-fi to devices that lack USB ports? SanDisk's wireless flash drive is handy, but not perfect.
People can quickly load a secure cloud-based Windows or Linux operating system onto client computers via a USB device, thanks to prototype technology developed by IBM
Walt Mossberg of the Wall Street Journal, reveals his favorite consumer gadgets of the year at the Churchill Club’s annual gadgets program. On his list: tangle-resistant ear buds and an iPhone case complete with a beer-bottle opener. Mossberg also demos the latest in Ultrabooks and wireless USB drives.
For files too sensitive to be stored in the cloud, transferred by email or backed up on USB flash drives, the iTwin offers a handy and easy-to-use secured wireless bridge between two computers.
Rather than operate via Bluetooth or RF-equipped USB dongle, HP's Wi-Fi Mobile Mouse uses the same receiver as a computer's wireless connection.
Intel's Thunderbolt leapfrogged USB 3.0 as the new cable solution Intel is pushing. But, the real game-charger is Wireless USB. Learn how it could revolutionize computing and why Intel is avoiding it.
Why do we use cables at all? Why not a wireless standard fast enough - over 4 Gbps - to handle all our home devices: GigE, SATA, video and USB 3.0? If the WiGig Alliance has their way, we will.
IBM enters the power management semiconductor business with a process that makes wireless RF chips for laptop computers, smartphones and other applications.
Pogoplug has apparently listened to pleas from customers by releasing a very portable and wireless adapter to be used anywhere in the home or office.
Manufacturers confirm plans to produce increasing number of mobile phones that support micro-USB charging capability; wireless universal charger set to be available end of 2010.
Attendees of the AusCERT 2010 conference may have USB keys from IBM that contained malware, according to the company's chief technologist
IBM has sent out an email to all attendees to the Australian Computer Emergency Response Team (AusCERT) 2010 conference this afternoon, warning them that some of the USB drives handed out to delegates contained malware.
IBM has sent out an email to all attendees to the AusCERT 2010 conference, warning them that some of the USB drives handed out to delegates contained malware.
Dell has debuted a mouse they dub as the "ideal" choice for portable computer users on-the-go. The WM311 wireless mouse has a simple, compact design and features 1000 dpi optical tracking.
Sending HD signals through the home wirelessly is one of those Holy Grails that seems to be just outside of the reach of mainstream consumers. One of the slickest-looking solutions that suffered lengthy delays, and from a $1,500 price tag, is Belkin's FlyWire, which used WHDI technologyto beam high-def video to a TV without wires.
Although the concept of a wireless mouse is nothing new, there are a few new models out that we're excited about. So, if you're thinking about upgrading from that old USB mouse that keeps getting tangled with your other USB cords, then check out these new Bluetooth mice.
It should have provided high-speed, low-power wireless connectivity for homes and offices everywhere. But instead of more products you can shake a stick at, all UltraWideBand has to show for itself to date is a French USB stick you can shake. Dialogue Box explains why
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