SanDisk has announced a new microSD card at CES. The new model offers 256GB of storage and complies with the industry's new A1 standard for application performance, making it ideal for smartphones.
This is reportedly Microsoft's new 'Surface Pro' tablet
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.
A new microSD card from Samsung is on the way, promising more storage than anything else before it at 256 GB. The EVO Plus 256 GB will be available to purchase in June for the price of $249.99.
SanDisk's 200GB Class 10 Ultra microSDXC card is currently available in the UK for £108.99, 21% less than its usual price of £137.99 - but you'll only be able to grab it at that price today.
Google has acknowledged an issue in which tracks downloaded to a microSD card from its Play Music service have been disappearing after a handset reboot, and promises that a fix is on the way.
SanDisk said in March that its new 200GB microSDXC card would be available to buy this quarter priced at $400 - but the card has now gone on sale with a price tag that's far lower than expected.
Californian company Microdia says its new 512GB microSDXC SD4.0 UHS-II Card, offering data transfer speeds of up to 300MB/s, will go on sale in July - but it won't be cheap.
Samsung is bringing a new generation of its EVO and PRO memory cards, which are now capable of meeting the increasingly demanding requirements for storing very high resolution video content.
SanDisk sets yet another record for microSD storage with the unveiling of its latest Ultra microSDXC UHS-I card, which will allow you to store up to 200GB of data.
Sony says its new 64GB microSDXC card offers 'premium sound' for its $160 price tag - five times higher than a 'normal' card - but its promises of offering better audio quality are dubious at best.
Yet more info leaks about one of Nokia's new Windows Phone 8 devices ahead of its official launch this week; the Lumia 820 is said to include wireless charging, removable covers and a microSD slot.
We were given some Samsung microSD cards, told they were "indestructible" and proceeded to destroy them thanks to suggestions from the forums - plus the one we didn't destroy we gave away!
A lot of attention after the recent launch of Windows Phone 7 by Microsoft has surrounded the issue of expandable storage, and the way microSD cards are used in the device. Today, Engadget came...
Forget buying an album on a USB stick, SanDisk just convinced the big labels to release (DRM free, thankfully) music on a 1 GB 15mm x 11mm x 1mm microSD card. And then they convinced...