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Check Out The Raspberry Pi Powered “GameBoy Zero”

Who remembers when the original Game Boy was released? Released by Nintendo back in 1996, the Game Boy was the first handheld gaming device for a lot of people and in recent years, people have looked…

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ASUS Travelair N Wireless 1TB Hard Disk Review

Introduction When it comes to storage you can either go the ordinary and boring route, or you can opt for something that breaks with the norm with more features than you would expect. I’m taking a…

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QNAP TAS-268 QTS and Android Combo NAS Review

Introduction In today’s review, I am taking a look at a NAS that comes with a twist that we previously haven’t seen out-of-the-box. I’m talking about QNAP’s TAS-268 NAS which is a 2-bay hybrid NAS that…

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ASUS Announces Travelair AC Pocket-Sized Wireless Flash Drive

ASUS has created a few products out of their norm lately and I think it’s nice to see them breaching into new product categories, especially when they create things that aren’t all that common yet. The…

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Kingston SDA3 256GB SDXC UHS-I U3 Memory Card Review

Introduction SD memory cards are probably the most commonly found among our readers and today I’m testing Kingston’s SDA3 256GB SHXC memory card to see how well it performs. It is already an impressive card just…

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Kingston Adds 512GB Capacity to its UHS-I SD Cards

If you are one of those people who likes to take lots and lots of photos and never emptying the memory card before taking even more, then you should take a look at Kingston’s latest SD…

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Police Dog Trained to Sniff Out SD Cards and Flash Drives

As part of the investigation into Jared Fogle, the former Subway spokesperson, affectionately known as “Subway Guy”, under suspicion of trafficking child pornography, federal agents used a dog trained specifically to sniff out SD cards, flash…

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Synology Presents Their New High-Speed Router at Computex

Computex 2015 – With all the experience Synology has within the area of networking, it was just a matter of time before we saw more than just NAS and NVR units from them. The newest product out…

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Crucial and Lexar Showcase Latest Storage Products @ Computex 2015

Computex 2015 – While, at the Crucial booth, we were contemplating how far storage technology has come in just a few years. With the humble hard drive being the ‘standard’ storage device with its technology dating back…

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SD Cards will Disappear Says Xiaomi

The world’s 3rd largest smartphone distributor, Xiaomi recently launched a budget friendly smartphone, Mi4i in India. Unlike its offerings in that segment, this one didn’t sport a removable SD card slot for storage expansion. This step…

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Patriot Announced UHS-II EP PRO-II SDXC Card

There aren’t that many manufacturers out there supporting the latest UHS-II standard and as such it’s nice to see Patriot joining the ranks with their newest SD card, the EP Pro-II SDXC card. The new high speeds…

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Toshiba Announced Third Generation FlashAir III Wireless SD Card

Toshiba has introduced the FlashAir III Wireless SD Card, a third-generation memory card that serves as its own wireless LAN access point. The built-in wireless chip allows for your internet connection to pass through, so you don’t…

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Lexar Has Introduced Us to the World’s Fastest SD Card

Lexar has the determination to bring their customers the best and fastest storage options, and as such they have just released the worlds fastest SD card; the Lexar Professional 2000x SDHC/SDXC UHS-II card. To complete their portfolio,…

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SanDisk Announces 512GB SD Card

Are you ready for a whole lot more compact sized data storage? SanDisk’s upped their micro-storage game, becoming the first company in the world to announce a 512GB capacity SDXC card. SanDisk hopes that the card…

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Hacker Details Potential Threat Of SD Card Hacks

Memory cards of all kinds are common place in data theft and hacking, tool kits installed on flash drives are a quick and effective way of stealing information from computers and of course there is also…

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SDXC UHS-I To Supports 4K Video Resolution

UHS speed Class 3 has been announced, which is a new high performance class that supports 4K video in its 4096 × 2160 (8.8-megapixel) resolution. The new class will be available for SDXC UHS-I and UHS-II…