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Samsung has announced two new families of SD cards for professional users, the EVO Plus and PRO Plus lineups. The cards feature transfer speeds up to 100MB/s and are designed to be durable.
The Raspberry Pi Imager tool has been released. The tool makes it very simple to grab the latest Raspberry Pi operating systems and write them to an SD card. The simple UI makes it ideal for novices.
Samsung has begun rolling out an update in the UK to improve SD card stability, and to fix a Bluetooth issue that caused its Galaxy S8 and S8+ to reboot when controlling music via a wireless speaker.
The tech giant from Japan has introduced what it's calling the world's fastest SD card with write speeds of up to 299 MB/s & read speed of 300 MB/s. The SF-G Series will be available in Spring 2017.
Western Digital has unveiled a new SDXC card with a whopping 1TB of storage. Aimed at video creators, and those working with huge amounts of data, the new card will be sold under the SanDisk brand.
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.
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...