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Tag: Security

Chromos: Safe for Rich Dudes Winds Fancy Watches Automatically

Chromos: Safe for Rich Dudes Winds Fancy Watches Automatically
The most I have ever spent on a watch was about $100, and that was pushing it. I haven’t worn a watch in five years now; I just use my smartphone for the time. The rich…
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Sonic Nausea: They Won’t Know What Hit ‘Em

Sonic Nausea: They Won’t Know What Hit ‘Em
This little device is actually quite dangerous in the wrong hands. It’s powerful enough to induce headaches, dizziness, irritation and even vomiting to everyone in its vicinity. That being said, it’s an extremely nerdy way to…
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Your Greasy Fingers Could Get Your Smartphone Hacked

Your Greasy Fingers Could Get Your Smartphone Hacked
Not too long ago, I was busy eating some buttery goodness known as popcorn and got a text. It didn’t take long before all the buttery smudges on my iPhone screen were annoying to look at.…
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Mimamori Z001 Turns You Into Big Brother for Pets and Kids!

Mimamori Z001 Turns You Into Big Brother for Pets and Kids!
It’s always nice to be able to spy on your pets and kids when you’re not at home. This panning cam is a sort of mix between a nanny cam and a security system. While it…
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Lok-It Secure Flash Drive: No Pin, No in

Lok-It Secure Flash Drive: No Pin, No in
…or something like that. The point is, this flash drive is as secure as Maid Marian’s chastity belt. Other password-protected flash drives use software for authentication. Anyone who’s watched a Hollywood flick that involves computers knows…
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Zomm: Wireless Leash Keeps You From Losing Your Cell Phone (Again)

Zomm: Wireless Leash Keeps You From Losing Your Cell Phone (Again)
Do you lose your cell phone all the time? This new device called The ZOMM is supposed to help you from misplacing your mobile phone, and lets you make calls even if your phone is hidden…
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Surveillance 100 Lamp Won’T Record, but Does Illuminate

Surveillance 100 Lamp Won’T Record, but Does Illuminate
How’d you like three giant surveillance cameras staring your down in the face every time you walk into your living room? Well, here ya go. Designed by Sweden’s Humans Since 1982, the Surveillance 100 doesn’t capture…
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Faceid: Open Locked Doors With Your Face

Faceid: Open Locked Doors With Your Face
Imagine someday walking up to the front door of your home of office, and instead of whipping out your keys or RFID keycard, you stare into a facial recognition device that decides whether or not you’re…
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Oops: Upgrading Your Mac’S Os to Snow Leopard Downgrades Your Flash Player

Oops: Upgrading Your Mac’S Os to Snow Leopard Downgrades Your Flash Player
If you’ve upgraded to Apple’s much-hyped and well-received Snow Leopard, I recommend that you update your system’s Adobe Flash player – even if you already had the latest version prior to the installation. That’s because in…
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Pheonix Freeze: Empowering Lazy-Ass Computer Users All Over the World.

Pheonix Freeze: Empowering Lazy-Ass Computer Users All Over the World.
Currently in beta, Phoenix Freeze is a program that allows users to use thie Bluetooth-enabled mobile phones as “keys” to their computers. After pairing your computer with your phone, Phoenix Freeze will automatically lock the computer…
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Trend Micro Offers Web Security for Psp and PS3 Browsers, No One Cares.

Trend Micro Offers Web Security for Psp and PS3 Browsers, No One Cares.
Anyone who owns an internet-capable device knows that browsing without a keyboard or a good keyboard interface is a pain in the ass. As a PSP and PS3 owner, I can say that that is the…
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This Flash Drive Will Self-Destruct in 5 Seconds: Fujitsu Working on Flash Drive That Can Auto-Erase Data

This Flash Drive Will Self-Destruct in 5 Seconds: Fujitsu Working on Flash Drive That Can Auto-Erase Data
Wanna know who fills the hardware needs of covert operatives? Fujitsu. The company will deny it of course, but the sharp eyes over at GetUSB just released some top-secret info regarding Fujitsu’s prototype USB flash drive…
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Motion Sensing Fake Security Cam: Your Dog’S New Toy

Motion Sensing Fake Security Cam: Your Dog’S New Toy
This fake security cam has several fauxthentic features that will deter would-be thieves. It has a motion sensor (probably an IR sensor), so that when someone – you, your wife’s mother, a piece of trash –…
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Lock It Down: Combination Lock for USB Flash Disks

Lock It Down: Combination Lock for USB Flash Disks
Here’s some old school security for high tech storage: combination locks for USB flash disks. They’re from Green House, the same company that gave us the Golf Mouse. There’s nothing weird about this product though. Weird.…
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USB Terminator: Deterrence via Annoyance

USB Terminator: Deterrence via Annoyance
Plug this beefy-looking plastic thug into your USB port, and it’s supposed to scare those who approach it away from your computer. While it’s called the USB Terminator, it looks more like the bouncer who’d tell…
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Pay for Transactions With Your Finger Tip

Pay for Transactions With Your Finger Tip
Hitachi has taken the wraps off of a new payment technology that lets you make purchases with only your finger. The new biometric system can measure the unique signature of the blood vessels in your fingers…
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