Just the other day we reported that the VLC developer team had submitted their VLC for Windows 8 app to the Windows Store and were waiting for it to be certified before it would be released. It was expected that it would have been released a couple of days ago, but unfortunately it seems that it is still in certification.
This was confirmed by the folks at VLC who have posted the screenshot above, showing that the app is still waiting to be certified. We’re not sure what is taking Microsoft so long, but hopefully for Windows 8 users they will be able to download the app sometime this week.
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During MWC 2014, SanDisk announced a new microSDXC UHS-I memory card that would offer up 128GB of storage. Typically microSD cards for smartphones would offer up to 64GB of storage, so SanDisk’s offering would basically make it the largest microSD card in the world, at least for now.
However there was a caveat in the press release by SanDisk, which is that they specially targeted the Android operating system. According to the press release, it reads, “Designed for Android smartphones and tablets, the new SanDisk Ultra microSDXC card provides consumers the highest storage capacity available in a removable form factor.” Does this mean that it won’t work on other devices that uses microSD as well?
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