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WHEN RYAN LACKEY travels to a country like Russia or China, he takes certain precautions: Instead of his usual gear, the Seattle-based security researcher and founder of a stealth security startup brings a locked-down Chromebook and an iPhone SE that’s set up to sync with a separate, non-sensitive Apple account. He wipes both before every trip, and loads only the minimum data he’ll need. Lackey goes so far as to keep separate travel sets for each country, so that he can forensically analyze the devices when he gets home to check for signs of each country’s tampering.
A roundup of all the best new gear shown at the world’s biggest camera tradeshow
We’ve been in Germany at Photokina 2016 all week to bring you the best new camera gear from the show floor. Scroll on and let the wave of awesome new gear wash over you.
So you’ve got Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and more wireless gear you can (or not) get your hands on – but until somebody invents wireless power, we’ve still got those nasty cables to deal with. Cableclamp is a reusable handcuff-like cable management device available in different sizes and (iPod mini-variety) colors.
Popular Science’ 2003 Best of What’s New lists the top 100 technological innovations of 2003, from aviation to defibrillation, GPS to Wi-Fi, rotary to rockets. The year and the gear that was.
Can the Digital Dog of 2001 go head to head against the plastic goodness of Tomy’s Omnibot? Futurelooks.com presents RetroLooks 3: Revenge of the Aibo. • ZDNet Equip takes a look at the tools of the trade in their second annual spy feature: Spy Gear: Surveillance in the Office. • Training to be a Jedi Knight? Grab yourself a light saber at Parks Sabers! Available now! Here! On Earth!