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Briefly: Tiny Atom USB 3.0 flash drive, Wi-Fi Bluetooth Unlocker app

updated 07:15 pm EST, Thu December 19, 2013

Atom USB 3.0 flash drive size of a quarter, available in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB

Mushkin has announced its new Atom USB 3.0 Flash Drive, which focuses on providing a small form-factor the size of a quarter. Backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and 1.1, the Atom USB 3.0 flash drive enables users to leave the flash drive into the USB port while working on the go without obstruction. Offering versatility for tablet and slim notebook users, the flash drive can be plugged in and left as secondary device storage with a low power usage.



The Atom is available in three models: 8GB with 80MB/s read, 5.5MB/s write, 16GB with 155MB/s read and 11.5MB/s write, and a 32GB unit with 155MB/s with 21.5MB/s. Pricing and availability are currently to be announced.

Blusec Wi-Fi Bluetooth Unlocker for Android unlocks phone within trusted networks

Blusec's Wi-Fi Bluetooth Unlocker has launched today for Android devices, offering a way to maintain a secure device, but improve convenience. The app detects the user's location and locks or unlocks the phone, based on trusted Wi-Fi and Bluetooth networks in the vicinity.



Blusec Unlocker is easy to set up, and runs in the background so there is no need to turn the application on and off. Free to download, Blusec Wi-Fi Bluetooth Unlocker is available on Google Play.



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