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2014-04-21 Toshiba samples industry's fastest microSD memory cards
Compared to Toshiba's current 32GB microSD UHS-I cards, the write speed is improved approximately eight times, while the read speed is improved approximately 2.7 times.
2007-02-13 SMK touts 'smallest' microSD card connector
With a height of 1.65mm when mounted, depth of 12.9mm and width of 11.4mm, SMK claims its microSD card connector is among the industry's smallest.
2008-03-14 SanDisk unveils MP3 player with microSD card slot
SanDisk, the inventor and a major supplier of flash storage cards, has unveiled an MP3 player touting a microSD card slot.
2010-05-21 MicroSD to drive NFC adoption in mobile handsets
Mobile contactless payments and other NFC-enabled applications are coming to mobile handsets over the next 12 months through microSD slots.
2009-07-09 MicroSD interface filter fits mobile, computing devices
California Micro Devices Corp. has announced the CM1624, an application specific microSD interface protection filter for mobile and computing devices.
2009-09-24 microSD connector offers standard, reverse mounts
Alps Electric has released the SCHA series of microSD card connector for mobile phones and other compact digital devices.
2008-08-28 microSD card connectors target mobile devices
Molex Inc. has introduced a series of microSD card connectors that offer additional features to help control card ejection in mobile and compact devices.
2009-11-17 MicroSD card brings extreme gaming into handsets
When embedded in a microSD card, the FXI die can turn slot-enabled, hand-held devices into high-end console gaming platforms.
2006-09-15 Kingston boosts microSD line with 1Gbyte device
Kingston Technology Company has announced the launch of 1Gbyte microSD expansion memory cards to further enhance its growing line of mobile memory solutions.
2007-06-21 Header-type connector for microSD is thin at 1.6mm
Alps Electric Co. Ltd has developed the SCHD Series header-type connectors for microSD cards with a 1.6mm-thin profile.
2009-05-06 Connector loads SIM, microSD cards
Alps Electric Europe GmbH has introduced the new SCHG series of combine type connectors with a two-slot, double-deck structure that enables the separate insertion of an 8-pin SIM card and a microSD card.
2007-04-30 Alps touts thinnest header-type connector for microSD cards
Alps Electric has developed SCHD Series of header-type connectors for microSD cards, which are widely used with mobile telephones, digital cameras and other compact mobile devices.
2007-05-21 8Gbyte microSD card rolls for handset designs
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has developed an 8Gbyte microSD flash memory card designed for use in today's multimedia cellphones.
2006-07-07 Toshiba unveils 'smallest' memory card
Toshiba's new microSD card, with approximately one-fourth the cubic measure of a miniSD memory card, is touted to be the smallest memory card available worldwide.
2013-04-23 ST intros NFC controller for Android phone
The device supports all NFC use cases and can coordinate multiple NFC secure apps stored in several secure locations such as the SWP -SIM and SWP-microSD card or Embedded Secure Element.
2015-03-05 Examining the advances in mobile storage
We cannot fully predict the types of architectures that future mobile and storage products will have. However, the possibilities enabled by technologies under development today are exciting.
2006-03-14 Card connector suits cellphones, digicams
SMK announced that they have developed a card connector for microSD and TransFlash cards.
2010-03-19 Analyst: iPhone should embrace Adobe Flash, NFC
MobileTrax LLC principal analyst prescribed Apple's iPhone a doze of Adobe Flash, microSD cards, multitasking and NFC, in an opinion piece sent out via email March 17.
2010-01-15 NAND flash modules target mobile apps
Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd has released a 64Gbyte moviNAND memory and 32Gbyte micro secure digital (microSD) memory card for mobile devices.
2008-07-28 microSDHC card adds 8GB memory to handsets
Kingston Technology Co. Inc. has added an 8Gbyte microSD High-Capacity (SDHC) flash memory card (SDC4/8GB) to its mobile memory storage line.
2010-12-22 Wind River, VIA Telecom work on smartphone Android solution
Project codenamed Kunlun, Wind River and Via Telecom work to provide Android smartphones to OEMS for China's CDMA market.
2011-12-22 USBs, peripherals take center stage
USB has become ubiquitous on almost every consumer electronic device, from smartphones to PCs, TVs to game consoles, disk drives to tablets, cameras and much more besides.
2011-02-23 Umeox displays solar-powered Android phone
The back of the solar-powered Android cellphone, displayed at the Mobile World Congress, is fully wrapped in sleek photovoltaic cells.
2009-05-08 Trio to co-develop NAND controllers
Hynix Semiconductor Inc, Numonyx B.V. and Phison Electronics Corp. have signed a collaboration agreement to jointly develop controllers for the next generation of managed-NAND solutions based on the newly released JEDEC eMMC 4.4 industry specification.
2006-11-29 Transcend to raise China fab capacity
To reach the target monthly capacity of two million units, Transcend Information Inc. will double the number of SMT production lines at its facility in mainland China.
2008-03-31 Touchy-feely for Moto's mobile TV device
Motorola last week introduced a mobile TV device with a touchscreen user interface and navigation capabilities.
2009-12-23 Toshiba reigns over Q3 NAND flash market
Global NAND flash memory revenue in Q3 09 rose to $3.94 billion, up 25.5 percent from $3.1 billion in Q2 09, according to iSuppli.
2007-06-05 Taiwan's miCard: The memory card to end all memory cards?
With 60MBps in throughput, Tawain's new memory card formatthe miCardtrounces all mainstream cards in speed.
2012-01-30 Standard released for wireless SD
The new standard will enable consumers to transfer content, such as photos and videos, wirelessly from digital cameras and digital video cameras to web-based cloud devices.
2015-03-02 ST, ams deliver compact boostedNFC design
A new reference design from ams and STMicrolectronics combines ams' boostedNFC technology with ST's NFC controller and Secure Element to provide reliable, secure contactless mobile transactions.
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