04/05/2012, So you’ve recently gotten yourself an LTE capable handset that allows you to stream down and video that incredibly fast speeds, so what’s missing? Well according to Samsung, you might be interested in pairing those crazy fast LTE speeds with its newly launched Ultra High Speed (UHS) 1 microSD cards.
02/17/2012, Since Samsung already supplies RAM to the world, why not dive into the world of memory cards? They have just announced a spanking new range of advanced SD and microSD cards that will target digital imaging and mobile devices. The total headcount of newcomers to the scene? We are looking at seven new models, and these SD and microSD memory cards will be part of the High Speed Series or […]
05/25/2011, Even though most of our mobile devices are now capped to support microSD cards of only up to 32GB, that doesn’t stop manufacturers from bringing on the next generation of microSD cards. KINGMAX has just announced the launch of the world’s first-ever 64GB microSD card. Like its name says, it will store up to 64GB of data which translates into roughly 30,000 digital photos, more than 2,000 albums, or 24+ […]
05/11/2011, Yes, so we have heard that the Motorola XOOM will be receiving a new Android 3.1 Honeycomb update, where it will speed things up by quite a fair margin apart from all the other bells and whistles that come along with it, but what else can one look forward to in the update? In order not to disappoint you, let it be said that the microSD memory card slot still […]
04/15/2011, Remember when Windows Phone 7 devices were first launched, users were warned not to change the memory cards inside their phones on their own? And that regular microSD cards could possibly ruin the phone? Everyone was told to wait for certified memory cards to arrive, and now it looks like they’re finally here. The folks at engadget have spotted a fresh stock of certified 8GB Class 4 microSDHC cards at […]
04/01/2011, Some of the most common devices that make use of microSD cards we use today are digital cameras and MicroSD card readers. Well some of you might argue that digital cameras can be used as microSD card readers as well, but that’s besides the point. Can your microSD card reader take photographs? I didn’t think so. Well, the folks at Fuuvi, have released a tiny microSD reader/camera and boy it […]
12/07/2010, Patriot Memory has announced a fast class 10 memory card in 16 GB and 32 GB varieties in the micro SDHC format. The cards are part of Patriot’s LX series and are covered by a 5-year warranty. Both cards will fit with a microSD to SD adapter, allowing the smaller memory cards to be readable in devices with an SD card slot. The 32 GB card is said to be […]
11/10/2010, microSD cards are so common nowadays along with their card readers that we really shouldn’t be surprised to see the microSD Card Reader Watch. This isn’t the first watch that we’ve seen that features a built-in card reader but it’s one of the few that offer a flip-out USB cable, allowing you to use it directly with a computer without any additional accessories. The ability to carry around gigabytes of […]
11/09/2010, AT&T workers in stores have mentioned that Microsoft is currently working on a fix to stbilize the whole microSD memory card slot reliability issue. Basically, directives from the top have trickled down to AT&T employees, who in turn will not install microSD memory cards in Samsung Focus phones until further notice – that is, when the fix is available, while belting out even more advice to customers not to upgrade […]
10/28/2010, It was initially thought that the Samsung Focus was the only Windows Phone 7 device that allowed users to replace its external storage, though you did encounter issues with the storage later. Now it turns out that the hotly-anticipated HTC HD7 can do the same too as users have found an SD card slot hiding under the Windows Phone logo. Apparently the card was even able to be replaced without […]
07/14/2010, On the eve of the Droid X’s launch day, Verizon has quietly announced a promotion that would allow customers who purchase the Droid X to also pick up a 32GB SanDisk microSDHC card for $99, which is a $50 savings off the standard price for the upgrade. Considering that the Droid X already boasts a healthy 8GB worth of internal memory, the inclusion of a 32GB card would bump the […]
04/20/2010, This might not be the issue for all users out there, as not everybody uses a 32GB microSD card, possibly due to price. But if you’ve recently tried formatting a 32GB microSD card on Google’s Nexus One, or another Android phone, chances are that you weren’t able to do so. The issue has been raised before, and Google has confirmed the issue, saying that it has been fixed, and will […]
04/12/2010, We would like to apologize on SanDisk’s behalf, as it seems that their prior announcement concerning the Microsoft Pink phones (better known as the Kin 1 and Kin 2) are untrue – both smartphones lack a microSD memory card slot, so you will just have to grit your teeth and reconsider a purchase decision if microSD is your portable memory format of choice for handsets.
04/12/2010, It seems that the upcoming Pink handsets from Microsoft will be able to handle the microSD memory card format without missing a beat according to the folks at SanDisk, and this is news worth cheering about if your previous handsets already groove to the microSD format, making migration of platforms a whole lot easier. It looks like the microSD memory card format isn’t going to go away anywhere anytime soon, […]