Tag Archives: USB flash drive

Update: A Sneak Look Through The New Windows

By | August 22, 2003

 Further to my earlier post about the delays behind the next version of Windows, Paul Thurrott of Windows & .NET Magazine has gotten hold of some screenshots of what is codenamed Longhorn that perhaps show they’re further down the road than we thought. His conclusions? this Windows version will finally fulfill Microsoft Chairman and CEO Bill Gates’s goal of… Read More »

Column: USB and the CIA

By | May 26, 2003

Loose Wire — How to Steal CIA Secrets: It’s as easy as USB; Universal Serial Bus drives are getting small enough to hide in coffee mugs, and you can attach them to most computers and all sorts of other gadgets   By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 5 June 2003 of edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review ,… Read More »

Column: backing up

By | May 22, 2002

 Loose Wire — Just To Be on The Safe Side By Jeremy Wagstaff from the 30 May 2002 edition of the Far Eastern Economic Review, (c) 2003, Dow Jones & Company, Inc. A few weeks ago I wrote about how to back up your files in the case of disaster, theft, stupidity or a combination of all three.… Read More »