SanDisk and Veoh team up on U3-enabled flash drives

Owners of the SanDisk Cruzer line of flash drives might be interested to learn that its now possible to launch the Veoh Web Player directly from the U3 interface that pops up when the drive is inserte

Review: SanDisk Sansa Clip

Quick Version: Starting at under $40, the Sansa Clip from SanDisk makes an excellent wearable MP3 player if you’re looking for something small that still has plenty of features.

SanDisk Sansa Clip: now improved with 8GB of memory

Nice and simple. The SanDisk Sansa Clip now comes with 8GB of memory for $99. It still has the same OLED screen, 15 hours of battery, and yes, a clip. Available now.

SanDisk cheat to increase random SSD write speeds by 100x

So SanDisk has said they’ve got a technology called ExtremeFFS that will increase random SSD write speed by like a million percent. Sounds great, right? So what is it? Well, what they do is take

SanDisk responds to Samsung's withdrawn buyout proposal

Just in case you haven’t been paying attention, here’s the skinny: Samsung offered to by SanDisk for $26 per share in cash which is promptly turned down by a unanimous BoD vote. We expla

Samsung: fine then, SanDisk! Be like that! Never mind on that offer to buy you

Oh, these multi-billion dollar companies and their flings! I thought they would have made such a cute match, too. Actually, probably not, but still. Was Samsung’s game just not good enough? Was

SanDisk developing 128GB MicroSD cards for a 2011 release

It’s generally accepted that flash memory eventually doubles in capacity and apparently SanDisk is looking towards the future when 128 GB MicroSD cards are available. ‘cording to the D

Tough times for SanDisk as it sells off fabs

After that sun-seeking planter robot, I figured you guys could use something a little drier. So without further ado: it seems that SanDisk and Toshiba are “reallocating” the output of a co

Opinion: The SanDisk SlotMusic player is a good idea

My good friend Peter Ha isn’t sold on the Sandisk SlotMusic hoopla (see his post here). I think it’ll work, though. You have to approach it from the mindset of the casual consumer for it to make s

SanDisk announces the Sansa slotMusic players, we wonder why

Today, SanDisk announced the Sansa slotMusic player, which it claims is the easiest MP3 player for “loading and listening to music on the go.” The slotMusic microSD cards were announced in Septemb

SanDisk announces 16GB microSDHC and M2 memory cards

You hear that rumble? That’s the purring of hundreds of thousands of handsets around the country, aching to gobble up one of the 16GB microSDHC and M2 cards just announced by SanDisk this mornin

It's a good thing that Samsung didn't buy SanDisk – for us at least

Have ya noticed that the price of flash memory keeps dropping? Apparently, everyone and their brother built plants to manufacture the memory and now the market is over saturated causing the prices t

The new 32GB SanDisk Extreme III CompactFlash card goes great with DSLR HD video

You are going to need a big, fast CompactFlash card now that high-def video is the norm for higher-end DSLR cameras and SanDisk has your back. The flash memory firm just announced its 32GB drive tha

SanDisk's slotMusic: microSD cards preloaded with music

SanDisk and the RIAA sure do hope y’all aren’t “finished” with physical media-based music playback. If you are, then this whole slotMusic venture will end up being a waste of everyone&

Music On microSD: I Can't Believe The Labels Fell For This

<img alt="" />Forget buying an album on a <a href="">USB stick</a>, SanDisk just <a href="http://www.sandisk.c

We Tell You: Why Samsung wants SanDisk

In the parlance of today’s youth, Samsung could be said to be “all up in SanDisk’s grill.” But why? Why would a massive South Korean company with factories around the world be

SanDisk unanimously turns down Samsung's buyout offer

Samsung yesterday, “You smell pretty. I buy you for 26 dollars a share. You mine now.” SanDisk today, “Thanks, but get your stinking offer out of here. You are grossly undervaluing

Samsung gets serious about SanDisk buyout, proposes $26/share

Mockup Looks as if those rumors of a Samsung buyout were true after all. The board of directors at SanDisk were sent the following proposal to swoop the memory manufacturer at $26 per share, cash. The

SanDisk Extreme III Compactflash card sports 32GB capacity and twice as fast speeds

Capacity junkies and pro photographers, pay attention; everyone else can causally move on. The latest flavor in SanDisk’s long line of Extreme media cards has been boosted up to a whopping 32GB

Speculators are saying Samsung wants to buy SanDisk

Before we dive into what the speculators are saying, here is SanDisk’s statement on the issue: “SanDisk periodically has conversations with multiple parties, including Samsung, regarding a var
Load More