Is your household an Apple household? Or would it like to become one? Xmas is a fine time to start the shift, and enhance life’s
So you’re out and about with your action camera, maybe even video-camera drone, and you’ve captured what you’re hoping will be great footage. But it’s
Getting big movies and photos into an iPad isn’t always easy, but a new accessory makes it fast and simple.
While Apple might still persist with fixed storage in phones and tablets, those of you with Android and Windows devices can happily upgrade storage, and now you can hit almost as high as it gets.
Is there really a difference between memory cards? Kingston seems to think so, and has taken the time to craft what it believes is the perfect card for action cameras.
We get lots of questions from readers, but one that never gets quite the right answer is what to do about memory cards that are on the way out. So what do you do if an SD card is failing, and what happens if you accidentally break one?
They say the early bird gets the worm, but from what we can tell, it feels like HTC is hoping to do a little more and snag would-be buyers of Samsung’s Galaxy S6, arriving a little earlier than expected.
So many accessories out there cater to Apple’s iPhone, and while many are compatible, sometimes the Android folks need a little love, too, which is why GadgetGuy’s Android geek has assembled a small collection of accessories for anyone else like him.
If you’re always running out of storage for your music, movies, photos, and apps, a new microSD could be just what the doctor ordered, especially when it brings more space to your smartphone than anything else before it.
SanDisk has chimed in this week to offer more storage and more speed for said storage if you need it, and since we're all taking lots of photos, there's a good chance you do.
While we love the microUSB/USB combo drives, the fact that they’re never made for USB 3.0 bothers us, but Lexar is changing that this year, and even providing a massive boost of storage for smartphones, too.
Smartphones with a slot for microSD have one thing over those that don’t have them: upgradability, and with a microSD slot inside, you can expand on the 16 or 32GB you were given in the first place. SanDisk is making that happen in a big way, with 128GB now a possible upgrade.
Computers may be gradually ditching the optical drive, but the USB flash drive looks here to stay. We all have at least one USB stick, and now SanDisk is trying to give you a reason to upgrade, with a few new choices that offer size, speed, or even a nice dose of personality.
Everyone has a USB flashdrive, and some of us have too many. SanDisk has this week added several new drives, including one that's the size of your thumbnail.