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Sony Ericsson phone owners rejoice! Sony has announced an 8GB Memory Stick Micro card - twice the data-storage space of the most capacious M2 card currently available.

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Buy one over the summer - or a 2GB or 4GB card - and you'll get to download a complete copy of top-selling phone game Brain Challenge 2. Yowza.

Sony 8GB Memory Stick Micro adaptor

Bundled adaptor

The new M2 comes bundled with a compact adaptor for computer connection, complete with slide-out-of-sight USB connector.

Sony didn't say how much the 8GB M2 card will cost, but you can already buy a SanDisk version for around 30 quid - £35 with a USB adaptor.

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