Seized Memory Card Contained al Qaeda Documents Encoded in Porn

Last year, Maqsood Lodin was being interviewed by police after he'd travelled to Pakistan. When his questioners found a memory card in his underwear, they were suspicious—but it seemed only to contain porn. Later investigation, however, reveals that one film was actually encoded with more than 100 secret al Qaeda… » 5/01/12 6:13am 5/01/12 6:13am

Humping Bunny is a Daintier Way to Defile Your Computer

Humping dogs » 10/17/08 2:00am 10/17/08 2:00am are great and all, but sometimes we'd prefer to have something do the nasty with our USB ports. Why not go for the animal that everyone associates with overbreeding anyway? Imported from Japan (no surprise there), each satisfied-looking rabbit comes with adorably humping motions and 1GB of memory. You…

Giz Explains: An Illustrated Guide to Every Stupid Memory Card You Need

High on the list of gadget annoyances that make me want to scab my eyes out with a spork—just below cables » 10/01/08 2:00pm 10/01/08 2:00pm and —is the unfettered proliferation of memory cards. Even though they all fundamentally do the same thing—store data for handheld devices—they come in a million different sizes and shapes from almost as…

Sandisk Exreme III SDHC Cards Blaze Along at 30MBps, 50% Faster than…

Sandisk previously popped new Extreme III versions of its Memory Stick » 8/27/08 8:00am 8/27/08 8:00am lineup, and now it's extended the tech to SDHC. The new family of cards can cope with 30MBps read/write data rates, a 50% speed boost over previous versions and a "new speed record" according to Sandisk. They're designed for digital cameras that…

USB Card Reader Squeezes in a Thermometer and Digital Clock Too

This gadget from Polar is a multifunction card reader that distinguishes itself from all the others with a dust-proof sliding lid and a built-in clock (wow!) and thermometer. It is an analog thermometer, but what the heck: everything else is digital nowadays, so its nice to see some cheapo mashup analogness. The… » 2/22/08 10:00am 2/22/08 10:00am

Finally - An ExpressCard Memory Card Reader

Mac owners like to take photos too. But laptop card readers are made for old-fashioned PC Card slots, not the skinny little ExpressCard slots on MacBooks and ever-more PC laptops. So Kensington has come out with what we think is the first ExpressCard reader - which handles seven memory card formats. Avialble at the… » 1/08/07 12:34am 1/08/07 12:34am

SanDisk V-Mate Memory Card Video Recorder

Hot off the floors of IFA is the V-Mate memory card recorder from SanDisk. This device is really pretty simple and could be really practical for people who love getting their video fix on portable media players like the iPod, PSP, etc. The V-Mate connects to any analog video and audio output. It can then record video… » 9/02/06 4:26pm 9/02/06 4:26pm