Ahoy there mateys, if your desk's poop deck is cluttered with wires hooking everything up, here's a cute nautically themed USB hub to muster all of those cables in one place.
Ah, the old floppy disk. Sure, its paltry 1.14MB of storage doesn't amount to all that much these days, but they still hold a place in a lot of people's hearts who remember transporting their precious files around on them. And now you can do that again with new USB floppys.
Face it: your cubicle is a little lifeless. Sure, you've got a Nerf gun and pictures of your family, but where's the life. You need to be able to take care of another living thing in order to feel alive in your cube, and that cactus ain't cutting it.
Today, we don't just use standard outlets to plug in our electronics for the precious energy they need so badly. No, a good chunk of our gadgets, especially of the portable variety, charge via USB. And that's all well and good when you're sitting at your computer, but what about when you're not?
This tiny thing is the LaCie MosKeyto, a seriously wee USB flash drive designed to be left plugged into your computer. You won't even notice it's there!
Reports say that this has been one of the hottest summers on record, which means that breaking out something like the USB Necktie Cooler 3 is now more necessity than geek show off piece.
If you're on the road a lot, chances are you've got a couple of different adapters that plug into the cigarette lighter in your car — an adapter to charge your phone, for instance. There's a pretty good chance, too, that said adapter is super bulky. I hate that.
With unemployment numbers at epic levels, standing out from the crowd is essential, thus a device like the PCB Business Card is all the more important. At first glance the card looks like a normal circuit board, but upon closer inspection one's contact details can be seen on its surface.
It was rumored last week, and now it's official: the Xbox 360 will start accepting USB storage starting on April 6. You'll be able to use any drive up to 16GB in size, provided you allow the Xbox 360 to...
Here's another one of those dead-simple ideas that makes you wonder just how it's taken this long for someone to have it: USB plugs that are able to be chained together, sharing one USB port among multiple devices. Sure, this...