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Samsung unveils new microSD and SD memory cards
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 […]

SD Association works on new smart card apps for SD memory cards
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 spanking new strategy that will see them work alongside GlobalPlatform so that smart-chip technology in SD standards will allow phones as well as other […]

PQI Announces 64 GB SDXC Class 10 Memory Card
PQI is jumping into the next generation SDXC memory card format, which is based on the SD card format and resembles an SD card, but would allow up to 2 TB worth of storage on a postage-sized memory card though 2 TB SDXC storage still has not yet been accomplished. For its part, PQI is launching a 64 GB SDXC card, which is rated as a class 10 card. The […]

Hacked SD Card Activity Monitor For Nintendo Wii
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 hack in an indicator LED using a PICAXE 08M and added it next to the slot. Sounds like a simple but very useful little […]


Skyfire 3.0.1 now supports SD memory cards
Never mind if the Android Market software on your phone isn’t updated just yet, it should still be able to offer the latest version of Skyfire – that is, version 3.0.1. As with the release of any new application updates, you can expect this to come with a slew of new features and numerous bug fixes. Not only that, one of the more interesting aspects would be support for the […]

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

Windows Phone 7 requires hard reset when swapping SD memory cards
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 handsets will allow for swapping of SD memory cards, although you will need to perform a hard reset in order for it to work just fine. […]

Panasonic and Toshiba SDXC cards out soon
Remember the SDXC memory cards that we looked at last year? Having being announced at CES 2009 (did you notice that those guys at the SDXC booth this year used the same banner as last year’s?), both Panasonic and Toshiba are very close to rolling out their first SDXC memory cards to the mass market. Utilizing newly raised ceilings on capacity in order to hit the magical 64GB mark while […]

Eye-Fi Pro X2 8GB hits CES
[CES 2010] We’ve seen our fair share of Eye-Fi devices in the past, and this time round the company has unveiled its latest product – the 8GB Eye-Fi Pro X2. Powered by Eye-Fi’s proprietary X2 engine, it brings high-end memory card performance to another level by keeping shutterbugs happy with its increased storage capacity and Class 6 performance that provides superior read/write speeds, alongside even zippier wireless photo and video […]

Sandisk Sansa Clip Plus
Sandisk just came out with the Sansa Clip+, a 8GB MP3 player that keeps all the charm of the Sansa Clip (small, light, cheap, FM radio, music rental…) but adds: SD slot SlotRadio (1000 songs per MicroSD card) Ogg Vorbis, FLAC and audio books support The Sansa Clip+ feels just a little lighter than the original Sansa Clip. With the Micro-SD slot, there’s probably more storage than most people need. […]