Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | RSSiTwin is a program that will connect two computers up, no matter where you are. As long as you have an internet connection, you can connect to the other computer and get files. iTwin breaks into two pieces, plug the first USB drive into one computer, the other you take with you. When you need to connect, just plug the other USB in, run the configuration, and get your files. Mac or PC, iTwin will connect to both. Get iTwin on Amazon iTwin is available for $100. Interview by Andy McCaskey of SDRNews for the TechPodcast Network. [cessponsor]
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Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | RSSToshiba showed off two new items at CES. Called TransMemory-EX series, the new USB 3.0 Flash Drive (Thumb Drive) will be available in 32 and 64GB sizes. The drives read at 94MBps and write at 220MBps. The drive will be able to transfer 25GB of video content in approximately five minutes Get TransMemory USB Drives at Amazon The SD WiFi card – called FlashAir – is a 2-way Wifi card. Since some cameras edit photos and video internally, you can now bring files in wirelessly from other cameras or a computer to make the final creation. The card will do 802.1 b/g/n and come in 8GB. The TransMemory-EX series starts at $100 and the FlashAir is rumored to be $70 when released in February. [cessponsor]
Podcast: EmbedSubscribe: iTunes | RSS In roaming the halls of the International CES, you can find some cool little items that are innovative and thought provoking. Take the Digisafe, for example – It won an innovation award for their product. A device that I even could see needing back in the day when I worked in a higher security job field. The product in question is the Digisafe DiskCrypt Mobile. At first glance, it looks like a keyless entry keypad, and that would be correct – except you are getting into your data instead of your home. And you set the encryption level. Jeffrey Powers talks with Jimmy about this great product. In order for you to access the drive, you have to insert a smartcard, then you have to enter a pin on the drive. The pin can be as easy or hard as you want for...