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New £5.29 plan offers SD only and if for a single device.
Three companies have announced new SSDs this week, including an interesting new SD card from Apacer.
Both Toshiba and Panasonic have announced new ultra-fast SD cards, but which is fastest?
Intel-Micron Flash Technologies has unveiled new NAND chips based around TLC technology.
Wearable Inc.'s AirStash turns any SD card into a WiFi media server, allowing up to five hours use via the internal battery - could it be the perfect iPad companion?
Laptops supporting the new SDXC memory card standard - which scales to 2TB - are due from Lenovo, Dell, and HP - but Apple is absent from the list.
Master modder Ben Heck turns his skills to the Commodore 64, creating a portable C64 machine that loads games from an SD card.
The SDHC flash memory format is seeing stiff competition from newcomer SDXC, with solid state specialist Pretec announcing a 32GB card based around the new standard.
Camera manufacturer Nikon has announced a new model of digital SLR designed with the Eye-Fi WiFi SD card in mind, marking the first partnership for the new technology.
Nintendo announce a new input attachment for the DS, dubbed the 'slide controller'.
The Asus FrontLinker promises to be an all-in-one solution for your peripheral connectivity needs, but can it possibly live up to our expectations?
How about a DIY solid state hard drive that uses SD cards? Too good to be true or potentially the ultimate addition to a PC?
Corsair released today two new high-speed memory cards that are 50-100% faster than their current range, in sizes up to 1GB
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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