storage

Samsung announces first 128 GB memory based on UFS 2.0 spec

Mobile CPUs and GPUs have becoming faster and, with the introduction of LPDDR4, so is RAM. That leaves internal storage or flash memory as the bottleneck of a device's performance. Well, not anymore, at least if Samsung's promises are to be believed. The manufacturer has just revealed a memory chip that is claimed to be the industry's first 128 GB capacity flash storage that adheres to the not exactly new Universal Flash Storage 2.0 standard that promises SSD speeds at the power consumption level of eMMC.

Symlis Sparrow: flash drive and phone connector/charger in one

While our phone screens are getting bigger and bigger, conversely, we want our accessories to become smaller. Of course this is understandable because we don't want to be lugging around a bag that contains just our gadgets, external batteries, chargers, wires, etc. The smaller the accessory and the more functions it can perform, the better. A new IndieGoGo project wants you to just bring around a tiny little item that can serve as a flash drive, a phone connector and a charger, all in one.

Chrome OS Cloud Backup makes syncing to Google Drive easier

Backing up media files from your mobile devices is important. You can always transfer files from a smartphone or tablet to a computer using the cable but it's easier to copy files via wireless transfer although it can be slower. Thanks to cloud storage technology, it's now easier to backup photos and videos because you just click on a button to sync and copy files.

WonderCube: syncing, charging, storing in just one cube

There are some things in this world where the adage "size matters" can be considered literally. But then again, there are also those where "big things come in small packages" is applicable. A new device called WonderCube makes up in function what it lacks in size and on paper, it might sound too good to be true. But hopefully, it will really live up to its name, for the sake of the always-mobile and always-connected digital-loving people.

Never run out of space with IDrive 1TB Hard Drive, 10TB Cloud Bundle [DEALS]

If you've always been a worrywart when it came to your smartphone's remaining free space, even with, say, a 128 GB microSD card, then do we have the deal for you. With this latest Android Community Deal, you don't get one but two sweet storage solutions courtesy of IDrive. Not only do you get a 1 TB wireless hard drive to keep your files close to you when you need it, you also get a year's worth of 10 TB cloud storage for even more space when you need it.

SanDisk Dual USB Drive 3.0: better, faster storage transfer

With the amount of music that we listen to, pictures and videos that we take, plus apps we install, the 16GB of internal memory on most of our Android phones is never enough. Even if you put a 64GB microSD, storage on our devices still sometimes becomes a problem. SanDisk has released a newer, updated version of its popular Dual USB Drive, version 3.0, to help you with transferring and storing files from your smartphone or tablet.

Canon Connect Station: store images and videos wirelessly

Aside from music, most of what takes up space on our mobile devices are pictures and videos. When using cameras, backing them up on your computer is sometimes a pain. Canon has announced during CES 2015 a new product that will help you solve your storage problem for your digital cameras and camcorders and manage those files as well, while viewing them on a huge screen. Welcome the Connect Station CS100 to your digital life.

Seagate rolls out personal cloud storage devices, portable wireless drive at CES 2015

One of the many leaders in their respective industries, Seagate, has introduce new storage products: the Seagate Personal Cloud, Seagate Personal Cloud 2-Bay, and the Seagate Wireless 500GB portable wireless drive. All three storage devices function to store all your favorite and most important files. Cloud storage is becoming more popular these days not only because it is more accessible and convenient but because they are now widely being used by most people. No need for wires and cables because you can save your files to a special location wirelessly.

StickMount app updated, SELinux handling improved

StickMount is a rather popular app, which we recommend that you should try (for real). The app allows you to mount USB stick storage to mostly Nexus devices such as the Galaxy Nexus, Nexus 7, and the Nexus 10. The app has just been updated by Chainfire, one of the more popular XDA developers, for some Android 5.0 goodness and some fixes.
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