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Your USB Devices Aren’t Safe Anymore, Thanks To BadUSB

7th October, 2014
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3 Tools For Turning Your USB Drive Into A Secure Unlock Key For Your PC

16th September, 2014
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How Portable Apps Can Make Your Life Easier & Save Resources

13th August, 2014
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Apotop Wi-Reader and Wi-Reader Pro Review and Giveaway

24th July, 2014
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How To Create An Image Of Your USB Drive

7th May, 2014
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4 Ways To Read A Mac Formatted Drive In Windows

29th April, 2014
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How To Format A Write Protected USB Flash Drive

2nd April, 2014
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How To Optimize Data Transfer Speed To & From External Drives

20th February, 2014
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Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right?

10th February, 2014
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Earn A LaCie Porsche Design USB 3.0 Drive With Your Reward Points!

29th January, 2014
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5 Of The Fastest USB 3.0 Flash Drives You Should Buy

6th January, 2014
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Tiny Core Linux Is Your Smallest Choice For An Operating System

28th August, 2013
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Lacie Rugged Mini vs. AData DashDrive Durable: A Comparative Review and Giveaway

9th August, 2013
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The Best, Fastest, Most Rugged USB Flash Drives You Can Buy Right Now

6th August, 2013
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How to Add USB Storage to the Raspberry Pi

26th July, 2013

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apotop wi reader pro review feat

Apotop Wi-Reader and Wi-Reader Pro Review and Giveaway

July 24, 2014

Today, in a double review, I’ll be taking a look at the Apotop Wi-Reader and Wi-Reader Pro — two portable, wireless SD card and USB drive readers and routers.

bad-usb

Your USB Devices Aren’t Safe Anymore, Thanks To BadUSB

October 7, 2014

If you bought a computer before 1997, you probably noticed that the back was a pock-marked mess of connectors and ports. And if you bought a new printer and scanner, odds were good it would only work with a certain type of port. And if the pins on the connector broke, your device was worthless. […]

portable-apps

How Portable Apps Can Make Your Life Easier & Save Resources

August 13, 2014

If you frequently switch computers and have cloud storage space or USB drives to spare, here’s an idea: outsource your applications.

linux-usb

Running Linux from USB: Are You Doing It Right?

February 10, 2014

Did you know that can keep data persistent, or even do a full install for Linux, on a USB drive?

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