sd cards

SD Cards Aren’t As Secure As We Think

The hardware hacker <a target="_blank" href="">Bunnie Huang</a> gave a talk at the <a target="_blank" href="">Chaos Comput

Toshiba Introduces Write-Once (And Never Again) SD Card

<img src="" /> Toshiba yesterday <a href="">announced</a> [JP] an SD car

Panasonics New VIERA TV Lets You Record Full HD Content On SD Cards

<img src="" /> Panasonic Japan <a href="">an

Sony Rolls Out SD Cards And A Reader

<img src="" /> I usually don't blog about the many, many memory cards that come out of Japan on a weekly basis, but things are a

China Beats Apple To the Dual Port iPad Dongle

<img src="">Remember that little dongle you were supposed to buy for the <a HREF="

Rugged SD cards? Actually, that's a really good idea

<img src="" />I saw this headline and immediately made my skeptical face. Rugged flash media? Don't those things spend all their time jack

What year is this? Nintendo to finally sell 2GB SD cards for the Wii

<img src="" />The storage gods have smiled upon us, friends! Starting this March, <a HREF="

CF-to-SD adapter allows Eye-Fi in your CF-based camera

Eye-Fi cards are great, but if you’re rocking a CompactFlash setup like me, you’re kind of out of luck. And then a simple thing like this adapter comes to your attention and whole realms o

Eye-Fi cards now magically will go twice as fast

The famous Eye-Fi card, which beams your photos wirelessly from your camera to your computer or what have you, is getting an upgrade. Starting October 5 (If I’m reading this correctly), Eye-Fi c

Now SD cards will come built-in; and why wasn't this done years ago?

I’ve always kind of wondered why more phones and media players didn’t have more built-in storage. SD is cheap, and fast enough for most low-demand data uses — mp3s, small videos, any

Review: Lexar Professional UDMA 8GB CF card, Professional UDMA FireWire 800 CF card reader, Professional SDHC 4GB card

How does one review a memory card without getting super technical and uber nerdy? Test it against every other memory card in your camera bag! That’s how. I’ve had the great pleasure of having the

KanaSD Digital Audio Player: Bring Your Own Storage Cards

This KanaSD DAP from Green House Japan follows the “B.Y.O.S.” mantra—bring your own storage. As the name implies, it uses SD cards as its storage medium, with no hard drive—fla

The AudioFile: The Expandable Revolution

My favorite trend in MP3 players and music-phones is the inclusion of a slot for a ridiculously tiny microSD card. There’s just something really cool about taking a 2GB memory card out of my LG

So Four SD Cards Walk Into a Drive…

Here’s a gadget that seems pretty useful but you won’t find at the local CompUSA. Century’s SDB25S is a terribly named enclosure that you plug into an IDE cable. Inside the enclosure