Despite a distinct lack of device support, Samsung has become the first flash memory manufacturer to unveil removable Universal Flash Storage cards offering fast speeds and capacities up to 256GB.
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Microsoft has posted in their support forums that they are delaying the ability to install apps from an SD card running Windows 10; this change only impacts desktop users.
In the latest build of Windows 10, 9901, there have improvements to Storage Sense since the last time we looked at this feature, including a few hints about saving apps and games to an SD card.
Windows Phone 8 users just got a new way of installing apps: directly from an SD card. This is a pretty awesome new feature especially for people that want to have their basic apps in one place.
The just released Android version of the popular Instagram app has already received a fairly big update, adding support for Android-based tablets and WiFi-only handsets along with other features.
Toshiba recently announced plans to release FlashAir, a new 8 GB SD card that is the first to offer two way WiFi connections. It will be released in the first quarter of 2012.
Toshiba has announced it will be launching a 64GB SDXC card, which they claim will be the world's fastest and largest SD card. The card boasts write speeds of 35MB per second and read speeds...