A USB Drive on a Shovel? Sure, Why Not

You're working on the farm, you're planting corn, you're checking up on your Excel docs. How do you do it all? Easy, just pop a USB drive on the end of your trusty shovel. Genius multitasking. Read More >>

Wireless Card Reader Lets You Share Your Shots Without Stupid Cables

Wireless devices are usually far more convenient than their tethered alternative. But in this case losing the USB cable has made the REX-WIFISD1 SD/SDHX/SDXC and flash drive reader a bit on the bulky side. So what do you really gain for it being wireless? The ability to access it from any mobile device. Read More >>

This Tiny Flash Drive Broadcasts Its Contents Over Wi-Fi

Besides greater capacities, faster transfer speeds, and novel designs, there hasn't been much recent innovation with USB flash drives. Which is why the Paketta from King Jim is such a welcome break. With built-in Wi-Fi B, G, N hardware it can wirelessly broadcast its contents to PCs and mobile devices. Read More >>

This Meteorite Flash Drive is Out of This World

Chances are you've got tonnes of flash drives just laying around. More than you really need. But are any of them made with real, certified meteriote? The Zana Design "Apophis" drive could fill that hole in your collection, for a price. Read More >>

Office For Your Android Device is Your Penny-Saving-Download-Deal of the Day

Let’s face it – our mobile phones are our very lifeblood these days. If we could get food and drink from them, we probably would and then we could all disappear off to live alone in the woods, untroubled by other humans. Read More >>


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