Greg Gazin - October 30th, 2012
ETON Red Cross Solarlink FR 370
We never know when the power is going to go out so it’s a good idea to make sure that when the time comes we are ready. Now not everyone has the ability to keep a generator around, but certainly a small gadget that’s self powered to help get the news, the weather and even charge other small gadgets would certainly be welcome.
Greg Gazin - May 28th, 2012
It seems that no matter how much planning we do to keep our gadgets charged we could always use a little extra juice, especially our iPhones, where apps are plentiful. Of course, the challenge is always the bulk of carrying around extra batteries, chargers adapters etc., so Third Rail Mobility, has come up with a 3-in-1 solution to help keep your iPhone 4 or 4s and all your other gadgets charged without adding too much overhead to your pocket or purse.
Greg Gazin - May 18th, 2011
No matter how much battery power we seem to have for our gadgets, it’s often never enough. And while there are a plethora of chargers out there to keep us powered up, the majority only allow for refueling one gadget at a time. So Tekkeon, a company well known for their power solutions, has come up with a new addition to their TekCharge line that allows you to power and charge 2 devices simultaneously.
Greg Gazin - October 5th, 2010
Just about every device today is hungry for power and while many devices have gone to proprietary rechargeable batteries there still many gadgets out there that use standard off-the-shelf AA and AAA cells.
Greg Gazin - March 8th, 2010
A downloaded Windows application that allows you to view the status of a battery being charged through Energizer’s Duo USB Battery Charger, Model CHUSB, contains a Trojan horse that creates a backdoor that can leave a Windows PC vulnerable to intrusions.
According to Symantec, the Trojan dubbed Trojan.Arugizer compromises a computer by allowing port 7777 to be left open inviting in potential hackers.
The file “Arucer.dll” created, during the installation process makes this access possible. It’s added to the registry run key, so every time you boot up the port is left open to possible unauthorized remote access.