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Micron gets edgy with 256GB surveillance SD card reveal in China

Micron has announced incoming snoopcam flash cards with up to 256GB capacity, trumpeting that edge storage is the future of video surveillance. The cards come in 32 and 64GB capacities now, with 128 and 256GB cards on the way. They use 64-layer, 2bits/cell (MLC), 3D NAND and have firmware that claims to minimise frame drops …
Chris Mellor, 1 Nov 2017

WDLabs goes Pi-eyed and sees triple

WDLabs has introduced a Raspberry Pi storage subsystem with three drive products and multiple OS project spaces. The Brit-designed, credit card-sized computer is hot stuff – some ten million have been sold since the first generation's release in 2012. WD's PiDrive Foundation Edition products combine microSD card and USB drive …
Chris Mellor, 17 Nov 2016

Samsung rolls out ultra high-speed microSD cards

Samsung has launched a four times faster microSD card for tablets and LTE smartphones. The UHS-1 (ultra high speed) interface card stores up to 16GB and pumps data out at up to 80MB/sec. It is built from 20 nanometer-class, 64 gigabit toggle DDR 2.0 NAND. The UHS-1 interface has been seen on full-size SD cards, as used in …
Chris Mellor, 5 Apr 2012
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Visa pushes NFC operator bypass on French

Visa is planning trials of microSD-based NFC chips in Nice, working with French bank Groupe BPCE to put payments into the pockets of punters without reference to the network operators. The trial will use iPhone cases containing the NFC radio and antenna, as well as the microSD slot for the secure element, according to NFC …
Bill Ray, 28 Jun 2011
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Samsung soups up flash capacity

Samsung has souped up its flash capacity with a 64GB MoviNAND product and a 32GB microSD (Secure Digital) product. MoviNAND is an embedded NAND flash product with an MMC interface, flash memory and controller in a BGA package. The 64GB moviNAND measures 1.4mm in height and is built from 16 32nm, 32Gbit, 2-bit multi-level cell …
Chris Mellor, 14 Jan 2010

3D handset hits streets of Japan

Our mobile phones will be slimmer, 3G-enabled and sporting 3D fascias. That's if your expectations are based on handsets now available in Japan, where NEC has just unveiled the world’s slimmest clamshell handset for the W-CDMA network that features a stereoscopic fascia. The rectangular N704iμ handset, which has just gone on …
James Sherwood, 31 Jul 2007

Samsung shouts up 'first' 8GB MicroSD card

Need a high-capacity MicroSD card for your phone? Samsung today slipped out what it claims is the world's first card of that kind with a capacity of 8GB - big enough for five DVD-quality movies. Unwilling to stop quoting big numbers, Samsung also said the card has a peak read speed of 16MBps, falling to 6MBps when data is …
Tony Smith, 17 May 2007
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Kingston offers multi-format SD card pack

kingston technologies' microsd adaptor pack Kingston Technology has begun bundling its 1GB MicroSD card with a pair of adaptors that allow the card to slide smoothly into MiniSD and SD memory card slots, respectively. Handy that, if your phone uses MicroSD, but your camera and computer will only handle the other formats. That …
Tony Smith, 13 Feb 2007
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SanDisk readies 4GB MicroSD card

3GSM sandisk 4gb microsd sdhc card Here's the world's highest capacity MicroSD card, according to SanDisk that is. The solid-state memory specialist today announced the product, though it would only say the 4GB unit will ship "later in 2007". It hasn't worked out the pricing yet, either. Still, the card meets the key SDHC …
Tony Smith, 12 Feb 2007
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Nokia raves about new E-series phones

3GSM Nokia today officially announced the E61i, E65 and E90 Communicator handsets, all aimed primarily at the business user but with some consumer-friendly features too. The launch confirmed images and speculation on features which began to appear on the web about a week ago, as we reported. Nokia E90 Communicator Based on the …
Scott Snowden, 12 Feb 2007
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Motorola RIZR slider becomes 'fit-to-face' banana-phone

3GSM motorola rizr z8 Motorola today announced a heap of tweaks for its more stylish handsets, SLVR, KRZR and RIZR - the latter, for example, employs a new, curved and spring-loaded slider mechanism that creates what the company called a "fit-to-face profile". The RIZR Z8's other attributes include a sharp 2.2in, 240 x 320, 16m …
Tony Smith, 12 Feb 2007

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