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Toshiba unveils world's fastest MicroSD card

Your camera is slow? Is taking forever to recover between shots? Buy a faster memory card, it will increase your camera’s performances by leaps and bounds. 214 more words

Adafruit builds a smart (Yún) measuring cup

Adafruit’s Tony DiCola has put together a detailed tutorial explaining how to build a smart measuring cup that displays the volume of liquid in a real time on a web page. 563 more words


Mini DV Md80 DVR Video Camera Microsd, supports upto 4GB (Black)

Built- in lithium battery for 2 hours continuous use, voice-activated video can use more time.

This SD card logger library fits on an ATmega8

David Gironi has designed an SD card logger library – with log rotation – that neatly fits on an ATmega8 microcontroller (MCU). Precise date and time are obtained via a DS1307 chip. 253 more words

Makers Movement

HTC One M8 MicroSD Card Tray Warning!

Ok, learned this sort of the hard way today… I picked up the brand spanking new HTC One M8 yesterday. So far it’s a fantastic phone. 169 more words


Y-cam Bullet, Network Camera, Outdoor, WiFi, PoE, MicroSD, Nightvision, IRCut, Digital I/O, 2-way Audio - White (YCBL03)

24-hour protection with infrared LEDs that give you crisp images, even on pitch black nights The Y-cam Bullet is the top of the range professional IP network camera Get alerted via email when any motion is detected, even view on any smartphone or tablet The Y-cam Bullet comes ready with everything you need to get up and running, straight from the box Y-cam Bullet is weatherproof, allowing you to place the camera outside Get true day and night quality images around the clock thanks to the Infrared Cut Filter Watch Your World from Anywhere…Anytime Easy to install and simple to operate, the high-performance Y-cam Bullet camera operates independently, without the need to be connected to a computer, in full color and infrared nightvision. 736 more words

SanDisk Crams 128GB on microSD Card: A World First

This week during Mobile World Congress 2014, SanDisk introduced the world’s highest capacity microSDXC memory card, weighing a hefty 128 GB. That’s a huge leap in storage compared to the 128 MB microSD card launched 10 years ago. 416 more words