Fob or FOB may refer to: Contents. [hide]. 1 Fashion; 2 Medicine; 3 Technology; 4
Entertainment; 5 Military; 6 Other; 7 See also. Fashion. Fob pocket, a small
pocket in trousers or waistcoats ...
Oct 25, 2010 ... Before remote keyless entry systems started appearing on American Motors
vehicles in 1983, the term key fob was generally used to describe ...
A key fob is a small security hardware device with built-in authentication used to
control and secure access to network services and data.
Feb 3, 2009 ... I am talking about the keyless entry key for a car. ... (denoting a fob pocket in a
waistband): origin uncertain; probably related to German dialect ...
And count me among those not seeing the car-key fob capitalized. posted by ...
Wikipedia says no one really knows the origin of the word "fob.
A key fob token is a kind of small security device that comes with a built-in
authentication mechanism to provide two-factor authentication.
Define fob: deceive, cheat. ... Origin and Etymology of fob. Middle English fobben
... a small object that is a decoration on a watch chain or a key ring. Source: ...
There are 4 main definitions of FOB in English: ... Origin. 1960s: from the initial
letters of fresh off the boat; compare with off the boat. ... 1.3A tab on a key ring.
Related to a term coined in 1653, a "fob" evolved from a term used to describe
ornaments hung from a pocket watch, to the term used for a watch pocket, ...
FOB, From Origin of Business. FOB, Friendly Order of Battle. FOB, Fresh Off the
Beehangee (Korean for airplane). FOB, Followers of the Bananameister.