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USB stick

Generally refers to a flash-based USB drive, but may refer to a USB-based device that performs some other function such as a wireless adapter or authentication token. See USB drive and USB dongle.


They Look Like Sticks!
Whether iPods, adapters, security tokens or just plain flash memory storage, USB devices look like sticks.
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The Spokesman assured that using the FTP application was more secure than just using a USB stick.
"It is very worrying that these amazing Antarctic animals have plastic like this inside them," said Jodie Warren, a volunteer with New Zealand's National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, or NIWA, who found the USB stick.
"The only clue to who might have taken them is the nose of a blue kayak," NIWA said, adding that the return of the USB stick comes with a price.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- IBM, developers of the first hard drive, has declared that henceforth, all employees are banned from using removable storage of any kind, including CDs, DVDs, USB sticks, and portable hard drives.
That's because all depends on your operating system and what your computer is using the USB stick for.
The USB stick, which contained a treasure trove of IS records, was handed over to anti-terror police and formed a key part of the case against him.
It can also be downloaded onto a USB stick, so you can show it without having to access the internet.
Property salesman Scott Angus, 51, had thousands of images of sickening abuse stored on a USB stick.
A MAN was caught with two videos of child abuse on a USB stick after police raided his home.
Intelligence experts are scrambling to trace any data imprint after a USB stick was plugged into the public computer.
He initially denied it, but then handed over a USB stick containing 109 images, including 57 video clips.
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