Today Apple announced the new iPadOS will support USB thumb drives. The iPad has long been toughted a workers tablet from Apple, but the relaity is their iPad didn’t provide much functionality. In addition, the devices have limited storage. With today’s announcement the above argument could get a little muted. Update: We learned the iPad […]
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Micron, with the corporate office based in Boise Idaho, introduces the c200 microSD card with a data storage range from 128GB to 1TB. No that wasn’t a typo, One Terabyte of storage. The card was designed to address the demand around 4K video recording and playback. The card has read speeds near 100MB/s and write […]
You know a product is a great idea when a couple of pictures describe the entire product. With that in mind, we’ve all seen wall outlet USB charges, but the Snap Power, in my opinion, will rule them all. The design is clever. Installation is ultra-easy. Accessibility supersedes all others. Take a second and just […]
If you’ve ever misplaced a phone or USB drive in your house and wished for a way to find it, a dog with a keen nose and a playful attitude could have helped you out. Fortunately, with skills like that, our canine friends are finding a much higher calling working with police, the FBI, and […]
Everyone with a phone or mobile device will need charging and most people with a mobile device will of course be mobile! Since you’re charging your phone while you drive, why not also use it as a locator so you know where your car is after you get out? The combination of these ideas has […]
A new use for the phases of liquid crystal, changing the nature of eyewear, and even pushing the boundaries of the mechanic assisting the organic. DeepOptics is looking to accomplish all of the above and more with a new omnifocal which adjusts in response to the activity of our eyes.
High end digital SLR cameras use two compact flash slots to record duplicate images during photo sessions.Â The idea is to provide a backup in the event the media goes bad, gets corrupted or the misplaced by the photographer.
So here is a bit of information one could use for a cocktail conversation starter at your next computer club meeting, the start of flash memory. The first piece of flash memory was invented way back in 1984.Â Flash was invented by Toshiba and by a guy named Dr. Fujio Masuoka.Â According to Toshiba records, […]
If you need to recover files from a Compact Flash card then try Flash Memory Toolkit.Â This software package is a free download for most features and will perform functions like read/write benchmark tests and recover files from a flash card or flash drive. USBPerformance software will allow you to recover a file from a […]
Mark McCrosky Administrator and author for GetFlashMemory.info a.k.a GFM. GFM started in 2005 with the concept of providing flash memory information to the non-tech public. At the time, USB, NAND, flash was gaining momentum and every day products, articles and news became published. Today, the site is focused on bringing technical information, tricks and hacks. […]