The SanDisk iXpand flash drives contain a full USB port and a Lightning port on a magnetic cable. And they're on sale right now.
If you've got the cash, you can splurge on a few cards and get a terabyte of storage for $235. And if you've got Prime, you can get the cards in a day.
With fewer phones these days taking in microSD cards, especially those above 128GB or even 256GB, perhaps this $180 card is a bit out of place...
Fresh discounts for some major tanks for photos, videos, music, or just about any file you'd want to have on a phone or tablet or computer or wherever else a microSD can be slotted in.
Amazon has discounts starting from 25 percent on microSD cards and memory sticks and stubs for Android and iOS devices through 3am Eastern on October 17.
SanDisk has a trio of new SD products that can endure extreme heat and cold. And they compete really well in the small marketplace.
It'll take a while yet before we have 2TB microSD cards to really push storage potentials on smartphones, but in the meantime, how about 400GB?
There's a rumor going around Weibo that Samsung and SK Hynix will provide 512GB storage disks for the iPhone 8, or the "iPhone Edition."
The South Korean rival, which would've only operated the business, was reportedly looking for equity, too — a no-go for Toshiba.
The company has been made aware of the need for adapters from its MacBook Pro customers and is addressing it with a sale.
For the Pocketnow Weekly Podcast 200th episode, we're chatting Google I/O 2016, Motorola and Project Tango, and giving away TWO phones!
Two giants in the non-volatile memory space are coming together in a massive deal that's valued at approximately $19 billion.
Stuck with a puny 32GB of space on your new phone? Do something about that with this 200GB microSD deal.
The 200GB microSD announced at MWC is now available for purchase, if you've got $240 lying around.
Smartphone storage is an increasingly problematic thing, but SanDisk aims to fix that. Enter the SanDisk 128GB microSDXC memory card. Read more about it!
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 [...]