Tag Archive: Keys


Motorola’s Keylink dongle is now back in stock and ready to help you find your keys

There’s some good news if you have a chronic problem with losing your keys: Motorola’s Keylink Bluetooth dongle is now back in stock on the company’s store.

Google bolsters security by offering Security Keys to business customers

We all know digital information is vulnerable to hacking and theft.  We have evidenced massive data breaches in the past year with Target and Sony being at the center of attention.  Google continues its lead in keeping clients safe by introducing Security Keys for Google Drive.   Most of you reading this post know how weak your usernames and passwords can be because you probably have weak passwords due to the fact that they are easier to remember.  In addition  [Read More…]

Google announces Security Keys for Google Drive for Work accounts

Google Drive for Work will be gaining new admin console features in the coming weeks making it easier to monitor and manage Security Keys.

Security is very important, and Google wants to make sure the people using Google Drive for Work are easily protected. Google has already introduced things like two-step authentication, but now they are taking it one step further with the Security Key.

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KeySmart 2.0: A better way to manage your keys, $16.99

There are often times when I feel like an old prison guard with a huge loop of keys at the hip weighing me down from one side. If you’re anything like me, you’ve got more keys than you’d care for but can’t quite leave the house without all of them. This means carrying around a hunk of jingling metal everywhere you go. It can be quite embarrassing trying to go for a jog when you alarm every fellow  [Read More…]

Gemalto denies ‘massive theft’ of SIM card encryption keys by NSA and GCHQ

Digital security vendor Gemalto revealed its findings today following last week’s report of an incursion by the NSA and the GCHQ into the vendor’s SIM card encryption keys. While Gemalto noted that an operation by NSA and GCHQ “probably happened” in 2010 and 2011, the intrusion could not have resulted in a “massive theft” of SIM card encryption keys as the breach affected the company’s office network and not its secure networks.

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Lose your keys and phone often? Motorola Keylink is your solution!

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Do you lose your phone and or keys often? We’ve all done it and it is very frustrating sometimes. One minute, you have your phone, the next minute it is mysteriously gone… Today, Motorola announced their solution to all of our troubles: Motorola Keylink.

Motorola Keylink is a device you attach to your key chain that can help you locate your phone, from upwards of  [Read More…]

FBI wants you to lock up data, but allow tech companies to keep the keys

FBI Director James Comey expresses deep concern about the new encryption technologies that Apple had built into the release of iOS 8 and Google will implement with the forthcoming launch of Android L. These new encryption methods are designed to keep data safe and for tech companies to avoid the uncomfortable position of being compelled to hand over private personal data to law enforcement officials. However, Comey says that this move could thwart the fight and  [Read More…]

LG G3 leaked picture shows the same back mounted keys

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The upcoming LG G3 has been getting quite a bit of attention recently, and now we have a picture to go along with the details. Whilst it’s not the best quality. it does show a fair bit of detail.

From the image we can see that the upcoming LG G3 retains the same rear mounted keys as found on the previous generation LG G2, although  [Read More…]

Swiftkey Flow Hard brings swiping to the desktop keyboard and all its keys

Not satisfied with all the April 1 shenanigans from the U.S., how about some with a British flavor to wake up to? We’re all familiar with SwiftKey, and this latest ‘innovation’ takes it from our Android devices to our desktop or laptop keyboards. Say hello to SwiftKey Flow Hard.

Flow Hard allows users to type radically faster by dragging their fingers from key to key on a keyboard, instead of slowly tapping each letter individually. The innovative technology,  [Read More…]

So how well does the Galaxy Nexus stand up against keys?

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So the Galaxy Nexus is officially and actually now out in the wild (in the UK at least) and in the treasured hands of some eager Android fans. One such fan has done what to many would be unthinkable, and rubbed a set of keys all over the screen!

As we all know by now, there is no Gorilla Glass on the Galaxy Nexus. Curious for the results? Check out  [Read More…]