Comments: 0Thursday, May 17th 2012 - 12:00 CEST
Toshiba’s Digital Products Division (DPD) announce the Toshiba Canvio 3.0 and Toshiba Canvio Basics 3.0 portable hard drives will now offer consumers up to 1.5 terabytes of storage and Mac compatibility, without the need for reformatting, on a select Toshiba Canvio 3.0 model. All of these Toshiba Canvia 3.0 portable hard drives come equipped with USB 3.0 technology for higher data transfer speeds and enable consumers quickly and easily store, transfer and back up their valuable data.
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Comments: 0Monday, December 21st 2009 - 00:40 CET
UPS announced an industry first software application for BlackBerry Smartphones that not only ships and tracks packages but also finds the nearest UPS location. Available for free via the Blackberry website, the new UPS Mobile App for BlackBerry Smartphones enables users to track shipments, create shipments using the My UPS address book, calculate shipping rates and time-in-transit and then find the nearest UPS location. The UPS Mobile App supports the BlackBerry Storm, BlackBerry Bold, BlackBerry Tour and the BlackBerry Curve 8900 smartphones.
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Comments: 0Friday, July 17th 2009 - 21:42 CEST
Sony has launched a large version of it's famous Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX, crowning the range with a massive 32GB Memory Stick model. Sony Memory Stick HX already delivers impressive speed, so the introduction of a 32GB Memory stick makes it the perfect choice for handling the very large video files created when filming in High Definition video. The huge amount of memory space on the stick is also ideal for digital photography, whether you are using a sophisticated Digital SLR like the Sony Alpha DSLR, or a compact Sony Cybershot camera. The Sony Memory Stick PRO-HG Duo HX range also includes 4GB, 8GB and 16GB Memory Sticks.
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Comments: 0Monday, July 6th 2009 - 14:14 CEST
Lexar announces new flash memory cards using Micron's new high-capacity 34nm NAND technology and Micron Technology announced mass production of new NAND flash memory products using its award-winning 34-nanometer process technology. Micron’s new 16- and 32-gigabit NAND chips pair incredible capacity with performance, providing a compelling solution for today’s demanding portable storage requirements that are tailored to end-customer product dimensions.
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Comments: 0Friday, July 3rd 2009 - 14:30 CEST
SanDisk manufacturer of flash memory cards for consumer electronics introduced the fastest 32GB SDHC memory card on the commercial market. The 32GB SanDisk Extreme SDHC memory card at up to 30 megabytes per second read and write speeds combines industry-leading performance with massive storage capacity, helping digital photography enthusiasts utilize the advanced features of today’s flash based camcorders. SanDisk SDHC 32GB cards will be shipping worldwide to major retailers and shops in August. Also in August, the current 4GB, 8GB and 16GB capacity SanDisk Extreme SDHC flash memory cards will be upgraded from Class 6 to Class 10.
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Comments: 0Monday, August 13th 2007 - 16:50 CEST
Hynix Semiconductor, Inc. announced it has developed the industry's smallest 1Gb mobile DRAM. Mobile DRAMs are widely used in wireless and handheld applications such as mobile phones, digital still and video cameras, PDAs, PMPs, and GPS Navigation systems. These products are now designed in smaller and smaller packages reducing the size of the battery. Hynix's Mobile DRAMs are designed to meet the memory requirements of feature-rich portable applications that demand high memory density, high throughput and very low power dissipation features in a small form factor package. The product is also the industry's first commercially available 1Gb mobile DRAM built on Hynix's 66 nm process technology.
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Comments: 0Thursday, August 2nd 2007 - 12:45 CEST
The flash memory market has grown at an extremely fast rate, especially when compared with all other types of semiconductors. Much of this can be owed to the rabid use of flash memory in Apple iPod portable media players, but also to the growth of the cellular phone market, where over 1.2 billion handsets are expected to be sold worldwide this year alone, as well as other electronic devices. We also investigate the various flash memory vendors, as well as their upcoming technology innovations and fabrication plant production plans.
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Comments: 0Wednesday, August 1st 2007 - 12:35 CEST
Kingston Technology announced it is increasing the write speed of its popular line of CompactFlash Ultimate memory cards to 266X - twice the minimum sustained write speed previously available in the Ultimate line. Kingston CF Ultimate cards will also have an added feature of free MediaRecover data recovery software that serves as a recovery tool to help restore lost, deleted or corrupted image files. "Photographers using DSLR cameras are looking for faster card write speeds to capture life’s moments as they happen without interruption," said Mark Akoubian, Flash memory product manager, Kingston. "Kingston CompactFlash Ultimate 266X memory cards maximize a digital camera’s performance"
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Comments: 0Wednesday, August 1st 2007 - 12:05 CEST
Kingston Technology Company announced it is expanding its line of Secure Digital High-Capacity (SDHC) memory cards with the introduction of a 4GB miniSDHC card, available in Class 2, 4 and 6 speed ratings. The higher capacity and faster speeds offered by Kingston miniSDHC cards make them ideal for supporting new, smaller-profile multifunction phones and digital devices able to take advantage of the advanced expansion memory platform. Backed by a lifetime warranty and 24/7 technical support, Kingston miniSDHC Flash memory cards are available through distributors, resellers, retailers, e-tailers and online at the web site of Kingston.
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Comments: 0Thursday, July 19th 2007 - 14:32 CEST
Borrowing from the lightning-fast speeds, precision engineering and colorful style of international motorcycle racing, SanDisk Corporation launched a new turbo-charged flash memory card - the SanDisk Extreme Ducati Edition CompactFlash. The SanDisk CF Extreme Ducati has the quickest read/write times of the SanDisk portfolio and represent the company’s ultimate performance products for digital photographers. The announcement was made during a press conference at SanDisk headquarters on the eve of the US Grand Prix MotoGP race on July 22 at Laguna Seca in Monterey, California. Initial distribution of the SanDisk Extreme Ducati CompactFlash is planned for August in North America and Europe.
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