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Having come under fire over its relaxed attitude towards saved passwords in Chrome earlier in the year, Google is finally looking to do something about it. In a post to his Google+ page, Chrome tinkerer François Beaufort notes that the company will now ask users to authenticate themselves u

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We don't know about you, but we're pretty prone to losing stuff -- everything from our precious phones, to our keys to, occasionally, our fellow bloggers. BiKN is a hardware and software-based solution that allows you to track you loved ones and things using simple 802.15.4 radio tech instead of

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Sometimes it's hard getting drunk and downloading files when you have a pocket full of keys. The Keyport Slide is finally ready to manage those inebriated backups, with the USB key version we've been waiting for now up for order, letting you streamline your keychain and your thumb drive too. There'

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Losing your smarpthone is bad enough. But if you lose your iPhone and don't issue a remote wipe command (available for free with the Find My iPhone app) then you could find yourself in a world of hurt. Researchers at the Fraunhofer Institute Secure Information Technology (Fraunhofer SIT) can jailbr

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If you looked at the blade-based key organizer known as the Keyport Slide and thought \"this thing could really do with an integrated USB flash drive,\" you were not alone. The company's currently teasing a few images of a new 4GB accessory, which uses the same attachment as its key blades to slot in

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Missing cellphones are a fact of life for forgetful folks, and while the 'ol \"call yourself and hunt the feeble ringtone\" technique works most of the time, some need a little bit more. There are plenty of software solutions out there, but ZOMM could be the perfect hardware option for any handset th

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Typically, it's iriver who does the teasing, but you won't catch us griping about Cowon pulling a similar trick with its elusive new iAudio E2. The image above is all we have to go on for the moment, which shows a digital audio player that's capable of doubling as both a USB storage device (maybe)

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Not even a week after rolling out a trio of new digital photo frames, Digital Foci is hitting back with a duo of new ones -- 'cept, these won't exactly do much good on your countertop. Rather, the 1.5- and 2.8-inch OLED Pocket Albums feel much more at home in your pocket / purse, and the former eve

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Those actually looking forward to snapping up the oh-so-capable Keyport keyholder can commence celebrating, as the firm has just announced that sales have begun and that the first batch will ship out worldwide next month. Interestingly, it looks like you'll have to inquire yourself if seeking more

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Nah, this isn't the first pocket-friendly digiframe we've seen, but for those who prefer keychains over wallets, it's not a half bad option. Digital Foci's Pocket Album features a 1.5-inch 128 x 128 resolution color screen, nine hours of battery life, manual / automatic scroll modes and OS X / Wind

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It's not like the Bluetooth GPS receiver market really needed another combatant, but for those who prefer carrying as much as of their life as possible on a key ring, this one's for you. Coming in at a minuscule 1.54- x 1.3- x 0.79-inches in size, this SiRF Star III-equipped device can connect simu

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Sure, we've seen an iPod Shuffle go mano a mano with a knife-wielding owner, but the first product from Morphie's Illuminator project takes on bumps, drops, and bottle tops with the best of 'em. The aptly-titled Bevy wears a number of hats, the most obvious of which is a dashing 2G Shuffle protecti

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It's not like we haven't seen ritzy USB drives before, but we can't say we expected the relatively conservative Philips to join forces with a top name in the glitz industry and kick out a couple of very superfluous devices. Partnering with Swarovski, the duo is loosing the Active Crystals collectio

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If your wallet is bulging with dozens of pictures of your pets (or kids, whatever you want to call 'em), leaving an impression in your back pocket and an unnatural curve in your spine, you should probably consider Matsunichi's Photoblitz PV110 digital photo keychain. Capable of storing 56 images fo

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