storage

Leef Bridge hits 3.0, shrinks in size and gains USB 3.0 support

We got a look at the Leef Bridge way back in June. As a reminder, this is a small device that has USB and microUSB ports along with some storage allowing users to move files between a regular computer and smartphone or tablet. And well, we often see products evolve and in this case, the Leef Bridge has hit version 3.0 with a few key improvements.

OUYA external storage update entering beta status next week

The OUYA team mentioned that external storage support was an item that was in the works. This news came back in September and while it was encouraging, there was little detail provided other than it being an item that was being worked on. As for a timeline it was simply listed as "coming." Well, it looks like that time has arrived, for those who are willing to play in the beta space.

Seagate unveils 500GB hard drive for Android

Seagate has come forward with details on a 500GB hard drive designed for mobile devices. This would obviously mean much more available storage as compared to what we are seeing with flash storage at the moment and on top of that, Seagate has said this new drive will bring the "same power, performance and reliability of a flash device."

SanDisk Connect devices arriving with wireless streaming and storage

SanDisk has unveiled a pair of Connect branded devices that could help to free up some space on your smartphone or tablet. The devices are the Connect Wireless Flash Drive and the Connect Wireless Media Drive. These are both expected to arrive next month and they will both allow you to wireless stream and also transfer files to and from.

SanDisk Extreme Micro-SDXC launched as world’s fastest card for mobile

The folks from SanDisk have been leading the charge on removable storage and USB storage for a long, long time. Their Mobile Ultra and Extreme SD cards have always been among the quickest on the market, but this morning they just launched a new era in Micro-SD cards. Currently the Mobile ULTRA micro-SDXC is the fastest they offer, but their new Extreme will nearly double the performance.

Kim Dotcom’s Mega launches official Android app

Mega users now have an Android app available. Well, technically you had an Android app available, however that app now has the official blessing from Mega. Those looking for the app should look for one called Mega from Mega Limited. And just like the service itself, the Mega app for Android is available for free. Otherwise, the app is currently sitting at version 1.0.2 and with just about everything you would need in terms of features.

US Cellular to only offer the 16GB GALAXY S 4

When Samsung unveiled their shiny new flagship smartphone, the GALAXY S 4, many were excited to see it had options for 16, 32, and 64GB of internal storage and an SD slot. Sadly the situation regarding what carriers will have those options have been a mess. AT&T has the exclusive in the U.S. on the 64GB model, and we haven't heard a peep from Verizon as to if they'll even offer the 32GB flavor.

Kingston Wi-Drive now available with 128GB of storage

For better or worse, some Android handsets are still lacking decent amounts of internal storage space. And on top of that, some are shipping without a memory card slot to add anything extra. That being the case, if you happen to be dealing with the lack of storage, the Kingston Wi-Drive may be able to help.
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