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DDR4 RAM coming next month: Double the speed, triple the density and 20 per cent less power use than DDR3

DDR4 RAM coming next month: Double the speed, triple the density and 20 per cent less power use than DDR3

By 15 November 2013

Crucial has said on its promo page that DDR4 memory will be available to buy before the end of the year. Meaning this super RAM could be in your PC before Christmas. You’ll need a new motherboard to run DDR4, but it sounds like it will be worth it.... >>

Are you using the right SD card?

Are you using the right SD card?

By 17 August 2012

SD, SDHC, SDXC and all their micro equivalents - whether you buy them branded by Jessops, SanDisk, Kingston, Trascend, Fujifilm, Lexar, Samsung; they’re all basically the same, right? Wrong, but you knew that. What you might not have been so clear about... >>

Canon and Panasonic interested in XQD, says Sony

Canon and Panasonic interested in XQD, says Sony

By 24 January 2012

Sony today told Pocket-lint that Canon and Panasonic have both expressed an interest in their latest format of memory card, the new XQD card that is compatible with the recently-launched Nikon D4.  The high-end card uses PCI Express as the data interface,... >>

Sony XQD memory cards coming February: Just right for the new Nikon D4

Sony XQD memory cards coming February: Just right for the new Nikon D4

By 6 January 2012

The Sony XQD memory card has been announced, which will bring super speedy performance to photo enthusiasts and professional photographers for all kinds of image capture. This timely announcement of the Sony XQD cards sits alongside the launch of the... >>

SanDisk eyes up Eye-Fi for SD card range

SanDisk eyes up Eye-Fi for SD card range

By 14 September 2011

SanDisk has announced a partnership with Wi-Fi specialist Eye-Fi, meaning a range of SanDisk SD cards carrying the wireless tech. Packing 802.11n Wi-Fi and Class 4 minimum sustained write speed, the SanDisk Eye-Fi Wireless memory card will be able to... >>

Samsung announces ultra speedy 24MB/s memory cards

Samsung announces ultra speedy 24MB/s memory cards

By 20 July 2011

Samsung has unleashed a set of lighting quick SDHC/SD and MicroSDHC/SD memory cards designed specifically with mobile phones in mind. The cards come in two forms, either 'essential' or 'plus', the later offering a best in class 21MB/s read time. The plus... >>

Eye-Fi Mobile X2 sends your camera's pics straight to your phone

Eye-Fi Mobile X2 sends your camera's pics straight to your phone

By 12 April 2011

Eye-Fi, the company that makes memory cards for your digital camera that feature the ability to wireless connect to the Internet, has announced the launch of its latest card, the Mobile X2. The Eye-Fi Mobile X2 is a new 8GB wireless memory card that... >>

Kingston speeds in with the fastest SDHC cards available

Kingston speeds in with the fastest SDHC cards available

By 17 January 2011

Lexar made big waves over in Vegas at CES 2011, with its 128GB SDXC memory cards, but if your camera isn't SDXC compatible, or speed is your major concern when it comes to digital storage then you might be interested to hear that Kingston Digital has... >>

INTERVIEW: Eye-Fi View online photo service hits the web

INTERVIEW: Eye-Fi View online photo service hits the web

By 28 October 2010

From the shores of the United Kingdom we’ve watched the unique concept that is the Eye-Fi wireless memory card in its steady and irresistible spread through the lives of photographers everywhere. The Internet and the digital age has been a revolution... >>

How to instantly share your digital camera pics without a laptop

How to instantly share your digital camera pics without a laptop

By 5 May 2010

The one thing that mobile phones have over their digital camera counterparts is that they can share the pictures instantly. None of this "I've got to wait 'till I get back to my laptop" or "I'll send you the pictures later" just the option to share straight... >>