by Joe Levi | April 7, 2014 7:20 AM
Back in the early "two point something" versions of Android, most smartphones came with microsd card slots. Sure, cards were a lot smaller back then -- around 8GB or so. This was enough for us to store some music on, and even to install apps onto. We really needed that space, too. Smartphones themselves didn't include all that much on-board storage -- the Nexus One only included 4GB, and much of that was occupied by the operating system and core apps. Since then, our phones have gotten faster and have at least doubled their internal storage. Modern flagships contain 16GB, 32GB, or even ...
by Joe Levi | September 23, 2013 7:37 AM
Before the iPhone was born, everyone wanted an iPod. Back then you could carry around your entire music collection with you. Today, times have changed. MP3s have gotten larger and higher-quality, and individual songs are now easier to find and much easier to download. Taken together, the size of our music libraries has increased significantly since the "good ol' days" of the original iPod. Luckily, iPods have improved as well, but now most of us use our smartphones to do that which our iPods used to. Interestingly, a good deal of smartphones still come with only 8GB or 16GB storage. The ...
by Joe Levi | August 23, 2013 4:03 PM
A long time ago in a smartphone not terribly far away lived a slot that you could fill with a storage card. Most phones even came with a card, albeit a small one. Onto this card you could install games, store music and files, and have the freedom and flexibility of removing it and popping it in another computer. The uses were endless... then, one day, Google decided you didn't need it any more, so they took it away, leaving us all to wonder: why does Google hate your SD card? Technical Limitations Back in the early days of Android there were some technical limitations to how Android ...
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