Smartphones are not in short supply when it comes to software gadgets. Rulers, levels, and calculators are great examples for the software, but hardware extensions to our powerful devices have been scarce in recent years. Android now offers a tool which utilizes the computation, camera, and display of a smartphone for an endoscope with incredible […]
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With microSD cards getting so large, we have seen some create uses.Â This years CES 2010 is no exception.Â Take for example, the new data backup service from Clickfree.Â Clickfree now offers the ability for you to backup PC files directly to your Blackberry smartphone. The new Clickfree Traveler Micro-SD card for BlackBerry comes with […]
Currently the Nokia E61 SmartPhone has a flash memory capacity of 2GBs. The firmware of the E61 limits the use of anything over the 2GB memory capacity from external memory. You can check for updates on the support page for Nokia E61.
Western Digital is not answering questions about their failed SSD drives because they don’t know exactly where the problem lies. The three main components for any SSD drive will be the PCB board, the on-board chipset that controls the flow of information between the host PC and the memory and of course, the NAND memory […]
The Justice Department recently made an announcement about a settlement agreement with Micron Technology Inc., a company that makes computer parts. The settlement is related to a violation of a law called the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), where Micron discriminated against a U.S. citizen by not hiring him for a job and instead hiring […]
M&G Investment Management Ltd. recently bought more shares of a company called Silicon Motion Technology Co. This company makes small computer parts used in things like phones and cameras. Even though the company didn’t make as much money as people thought it would last year, it still made a lot of money. M&G Investment Management […]
UFS 4.0 Has 2,800MB/Second Write Speeds Samsung claims to have created the industry’s highest performing Universal Flash Storage (UFS). With read speeds of up to 4,200MB/s and write speeds of up to 2,800MB/s, UFS 4.0 is twice as fast as the previous generation. Not only is UFS 4.0 faster than previous generations, but Samsung claims […]
Help! Is a TF card or microSD card required for my device? What IS the difference? When it comes to memory cards, the market offers a plethora of options aimed at various devices. TF cards and microSD cards are two of the most well-known of these options. These cards are used as primary or secondary […]
If the “smart TV” craze hasn’t made it to your home entertainment yet, making one on your own is getting easier every year. All you need is a spare HDMI slot and the Intel Compute Stick.
Amazon will no longer allow the sale of USB cords with the potential to fry a consumer’s technology.