Tag Archives: USB flash drive

More Things To Stuff In Your USB Port

By | April 15, 2005

Another visit to the  Hong Kong electronics expo thing. It really is big. I don’t think I’ve covered a third of it and I’m exhausted. Anyway, clearly I had no idea what I was talking about when I listed some gadgets you can plug into your USB port. There’s more. The thing this year seems to be to… Read More »

Get Even More From Your USB

By | April 13, 2005

I’ve written before about the uses of USB keydrives (here’s the latest list of programs that will run off them). But the USB port can be used for more. Since taking root in an office I’ve found the Dell desktop has a pretty generous six USB ports. None of them used for anything official so I’ve colonised some… Read More »

An Updated Directory Of Programs Designed For USB Drives

By | April 5, 2005

Update Nov 6 2006: To avoid confusion I’ve moved all this back to the original page. Here’s a directory of applications designed to run on USB drives, a subject I wrote about in the AWSJ and WSJ.com (subscription required; sorry). This list includes those suggestions kindly sent in by readers from the last posting. Please keep them coming… Read More »

Your MP3 Player As Your Phone

By | March 24, 2005

I’m not convinced that this gadget is exactly the wonder it claims to be, but it’s an interesting fusion of functions. The soon-to-be-launched Ezmax MP3 Player includes a VoIP feature that, in the words of PC World’s Paul Kallender when the device is linked to an Internet-connected PC via a USB 2.0 port, people can make local and international calls… Read More »