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SD Cards Will Soon Be Able To Offer 4K Video Support

11/08/2013, Whether you like it or not, 4K video is coming to blow your minds with the amount of detail you can see over your everyday 1080p LED TV set. That means we’re going to have to upgrade our gadgets to start shooting content in 4K, which also means...

Toshiba introduces EXCERIA: “the world’s fastest SD cards”

03/14/2012, If the current top of the line SD cards aren’t fast enough for you, Toshiba has got an answer on the way. The company announced today its new line of EXCERIA high performance SDXC and SDHC memory cards. Touted to offer the highest performance levels...

SD Association works on new smart card apps for SD memory cards

11/09/2011, The humble SD memory card has certainly come a long way from its early beginnings, and now we have word from the SD Association that they will be extending the utility of its world-leading memory card standards. How so, you ask? For starters, how about a...

Photojojo unveils CF/SD card reader for the iPad

11/01/2011, Despite how bright, accurate, or vivid our camera LCD displays are, it’s probably a lot more convenient to view photos on a larger display, perhaps on a tablet like the iPad, which is why Photojojo has recently unveiled the iPad CF and SD card reader,...

Motorola Xoom update brings SD card support

08/07/2011, Xoom owners rejoice; the long awaited update which brings SD card functionality to the Android tablet is finally here. Verizon’s recently announced update for the Motorola Xoom has been reported to have started rolling out to its customers. The...

Apacer announces new industrial SD card for embedded systems

07/13/2011, While most SD cards are good enough for a wide range of consumers, Apacer has announced a new type of SD card that’s been designed for use in embedded systems in harsh environments.  No word on what these SD cards will be called, but they will be...

Toshiba introduces Write Once SD card

04/28/2011, Toshiba has just introduced one of the oddest SD cards ever. Called the Toshiba Write Once, this SD card functions just like a regular SD Card – except that you can only write on it once. This means that whatever you store on the card will be forever...

Samsung’s new SDHC cards are hardcore

03/29/2011, Samsung has just unveiled a new line of SD cards that are designed to take a beating or whatever you can throw at them. Okay, maybe not everything but these cards sure look like they can take some punishment. Coming in two categories – Essential (Class...

Hacked SD Card Activity Monitor For Nintendo Wii

12/17/2010, It’s nice to know that folks with some hardware skills are capable of modifying their hardware to solve those irritating little problems. A user out there wanted to know when the SD card in his Nintendo Wii was being used and as such he decided to...

Sony Announces New SD Memory Cards

12/13/2010, Sony has announced three new series of SD cards, namely the Essential Series, Experience Series and the Expert Series. The first offers Class 4 memory cards and is basically the entry-level cards for amateurs, available in capacities of 2, 4 and 8GB. Next...

Patriot Announces Class 10 16 GB, 32 GB micro SDHC Memory Cards

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,...

Design: Minimalist SD Card Reader

12/02/2010, We can understand that you’ve seen plenty of memory card readers out there, but then again, some card readers do look great, and we’re talking about the Elecom MR-C27 SD card reader. It’s designed like a small cube, featuring four SD...

Windows Phone 7 requires hard reset when swapping SD memory cards

10/12/2010, We know that there was a bunch of smartphones running on Windows Phone 7 when it was recently announced, but here’s something on the hardware that you might want to be aware of before taking the plunge. It seems that Microsoft Windows Phone 7...