Following the company’s glowing endorsement of hardware security keys, which reportedly neutralized employee phishing, Google will be selling its own with custom firmware. The “Titan Security Key” will come in two versions: one with Bluetooth support for mobile devices, and one that plugs directly into your computer’s USB port. It’ll be available on the Google Store, though no pricing has been announced. Yubico founder and CEO Stina Ehrensvard throws a bit of shade on Google’s decision to support Bluetooth. “Google’s offering includes a Bluetooth (BLE) capable key. While Yubico previously initiated development of a BLE security key, and contributed to the BLE U2F standards work, we decided not to launch the product as it does not meet our standards for security, usability and durability.