Have you ever wondered what’s inside a USB? You may not have the means or the time to crack open a flash drive and see what’s inside, but we do. Read on as we break down what’s inside a USB flash drive.
As a professional photographer you work with great and interesting clients, from wedding parties and brides, newborns, beautiful family portraits and other great subjects. You have edited them, perfected every frame and eliminated every blemish. Then you likely burned them on to a CD or DVD to deliver to your client. Voila, you have done […]
The question, who invented the flash drive, has a murky answer—clouded by a confusing timeline and patents that span nearly every continent. In an effort to sort out some of the unknowns, we round out our flash drive invention blog article series by detailing two companies who sought to gain credit for the concept. Trek […]
What’s in a name? Apparently a lot since it sparks a bit of controversy as to who invented the first USB flash drive. Patents, product specs and market debuts don’t make it any easier to nail down who thought of what first. It makes you think that the USB flash drive was always meant to […]
History lessons tend to give us straightforward answers when it comes to who invented what. Thomas Edison gets credit for the light bulb, Alexander Graham Bell, the telephone and the creation of cornflakes is thanks to John Harvey Kellogg. However, when someone poses the question, who invented the USB flash drive, there is no one […]