Mobile Tech That Stole the Decade

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Thumb drive (2000)

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KINGSTON TECHNOLOGY

The now ubiquitous USB flash drives, also called thumb or key drives, hit the market with room for a whopping 8 megabytes. That’s nothing next to today’s models, such as these from Kingston that top out at 32 gigabytes. The modern versions have room for data and programs—as well as viruses and other security threats.

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