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It's the wrist band that replaces all your security keys and passwords! It's the stylish accessory that has military-grade gadgetry beneath the surface! It's the bluetooth to end all bluetooths! It's Everykey! And it was developed right here in Cleveland, Ohio, by Case students. Retailing for about $100, the Everykey lets you access all your devices and locked websites whenever you're nearby, and it's becoming increasingly necessary as passwords become increasingly complex and convoluted, and cyber security becomes ever more stringent and sanctified. Cleveland might not be the next Silicon Valley, but bright minds like Everykey's young CEO Chris Wentz remind us that Cleveland can be a hub for innovation and high-tech ideas.

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