SanDisk Just Made the Fastest 4K-Slinging SD Card Yet

SanDisk just announced an absurdly fast card that can go almost three times faster than the previous champ. Why do you need all that horsepower? To chomp 4K video, of course. » 2/13/14 12:40pm 2/13/14 12:40pm

SD Cards Are Tiny, Hackable Computers (For Good or Evil)

An SD card isn't just a dumb chunk of memory; it's a dumb chunk of memory with a built-in brain, a microcontroller. And at this year's Chaos Computer Congress, enterprising hackers showed off exactly what those brains can be used for: cheap hardware for makers or malware machines for malcontents. » 12/30/13 10:02am 12/30/13 10:02am

Eye-Fi Mobi Sends Photos to Your Phone, No Internet Connection Required

Eye-Fi cards have been around since 2006 as a way to wirelessly transmit your digital camera photos to your computer or mobile device. The catch was that you had to connect to a Wi-Fi network before in order to do so. Not so with the new Eye-Fi Mobi. » 6/03/13 9:55am 6/03/13 9:55am

HP, Dell, and Lenovo Adding SDXC Card Readers to New Laptops?

The new SDXC standard (which theoretically tops out at 2TB) replaces SDHC in 2010, and according to DailyTech, some of the bigger laptop makers may add SDXC support to their upcoming laptops with 32nm Core i5/i7 processors. » 12/01/09 6:27am 12/01/09 6:27am

Toshiba 64GB SDXC Card Is Will Be the World's Largest, Fastest

On one hand, it's great to see the SDXC standard—which theoretically tops out at 2TB—flexing its muscles a little bit. On the other, I kinda wish Toshiba wouldn't announce a record-breaking SD card six months before release. » 8/04/09 8:39am 8/04/09 8:39am

New MacBook Pros Can Boot From Their Internal SD Slot

Aside from photo transfers and straight up storage expansion, the SD card slot in the new MacBook Pros has a single, extremely cool trick up its sleeve (slot?): it's bootable. » 6/10/09 1:00pm 6/10/09 1:00pm