Army's got it. Shaymin had the right idea, but I was looking for the device that delivered that computer worm. Here were the clues:
One was responsible for crippling Iran's nuclear program in 2010.$9,000: Some Swiss Army knives now include one.
$8,000: Its name is a misnomer because it has no moving mechanical parts.
$7,000: A crystal oscillator is necessary for one to function.
$6,000: Specific types include XQD, SDXC, and CF.
$5,000: German band WIZO were the first musicians to sell an album on one.
$4,000: They're now compatible with Xbox 360 systems, DVD players, and smartphones.
$3,000: M-Systems is credited with their invention in 1999, but it is still disputed to this day.
$2,000: The first ones had a storage capacity of 8 MB; now, even ones of 1 GB are obsolete.
$1,000: The first of these portable storage devices were sold under the brand name "ThumbDrive", a name that is now used generically.
This will be the final week of Double Dare puzzles since the new season of TPIR is just a few days away. We'll see how many more puzzles we can go through. A PERSON is next up. First clue:
*DD clue reveal*
$10,000: It's a pretty good bet that he will never be seen holding a bag of Famous Amos in public.