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Tired of forgetting your thumbdrive is still in the computer when you leave? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica checks out USB Guard, which warns you when shutting down a computer with a thumbdrive still plugged in.
Did you know your saved passwords in Firefox are vulnerable to prying eyes? That's right, guests and other people using your computer are a mere three clicks away from uncovering your passwords. So tighten up Firefox and lock down your passwords before it's too late.
Kwikset Kevo's smartphone app and electronic deadbolt let you lock and unlock your front door with just your fingertip.
Wish your computer knew when you were gone so it could just turn off the sound and not annoy your co-workers? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how Auto Lock helps make your friends and family a bit less annoyed the next time your computer starts blaring a pop-up ad when you're not there.
Want to lock your Mac with a single shortcut, including password protection? On today's Tekzilla Daily, Veronica shows you how to do just that, without having to use third-party software.
Find out how to take all your applications and settings in a USB thumbdrive and leave your laptop at home.
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As we wait for the Windows 7 code to get locked down, take a tour of what Microsoft's highly anticipated operating system will offer for touch-screen users. Don't have one? Don't worry, they're coming--even to affordable Netbooks.
Apple's Smart Cover is neat, but its flimsiness offers no protection. With a few inexpensive supplies, you can make a durable case that locks and unlocks your iPad.
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