storage

SanDisk 32GB MicroSD Class 4 for Mobile only $29 [Deal of the day]

In what I'm going to consider one of the better deals of the day 1SaleADay is offering the SanDisk 32GB Micro-SD card class 4 for the extremely low low price of just $29. These are brand new units right from SanDisk and have the same 1-year warranty, no refurbished junk here. I don't know about you guys, and even with everything going to the cloud these days on mobile this is just too good of a deal to pass up.

SanDisk Announces 64GB MicroSDXC for mobile phones

SanDisk has been busy stuffing as much storage as possible onto something as small as a fingernail and today they've announced the 64GB MicroSDXC (extended capacity) cards for mobile phones. I know many users myself included have been using plenty of cloud storage options lately but having a 64GB MicroSD would really be awesome and I can't wait to get one in my hands. It will be known as the SanDisk 64GB MicroSDXC "Mobile Ultra" card.

WD announces mobile WD 2go and WD 2go Pro apps for Android

When it comes to storing data and files on the cloud, there are many people out there that store sensitive data that worry about the security of their data on a cloud system run at a location outside their control. If you are this sort of person that wants a cloud storage network, but wants control over the physical place the data lives Western Digital (WD) has the product for you. The company has been offering the My Book Live storage device for a while now.

Git Media announces duo of Honeycomb tablets with 250GB HD’s for $479

Git Media might not be a name you've heard much in the world of Android but they look to be changing that with the announcement of two new Android 3.0 Honeycomb tablets. The Git Surge and the Git Pro. Both of these tablets feature impressive and standard Honeycomb tablet specs and both offer dual-core performance, the difference here is they come with a 250GB hard drive for extended storage capacity yet stay relatively cheap and are just $479 -- More details below.

Seagate GoFlex Satellite HDD gets Android support with app

Seagate has officially announced that its cool Go Flex Satellite WiFi HDD will now support Android thanks to a new app. The little HDD is battery powered so you can take it with you wherever you go and use it. The storage drive will work with any Android device from smartphones to tablets. So far, the thing has only supported iOS devices so it's nice to see Android getting some love.

A2SDGUI (User Interface for Darktremor App2SD)

For those that are fans of Darktremors A2SD scripts this will surely make you happy. For those that don't know, Darktremor is an excellent developer from XDA that has built the scripts that are most widely used in the Android community to move apps to the sd card. Mainly for older devices, pre Android 2.2 devices, or for power users like me that have 200+ installed apps. Yay! This story is about another XDA dev by the name elgubbo, he has created a user interface for A2SD that makes everything much easier for you.

Early T-Mobile G2 hardware issues, Missing storage, loose hinges [Video]

The highly anticipated T-Mobile G2 is making it’s way into eager customers hands. However, it’s not all good news. Early reports from a few close with the device have noticed that their devices have shipped with hinges that are not fully attached, and even - in some reports - their devices are not shipping with the correct amount of storage. The hinge problem may not be directly annoying in everyday use of the phone, but it could be unsettling knowing your phone is not as solid as you would expect it to be. The real issue here is the hinge is especially loose and the screen is hanging when the phone is held upside down, as seen in the image above. A more practical annoying fault of this issue is when you’re holding the phone at some angles, the screen will snap shut. The second issue involves the storage shipping inside the devices not being what users have actually ordered. In some cases shipped G2 that are said to contain 4GB of internal storage and were clocking in with a total of 2GB. We, as well, have no idea how such a mix up would happen but we expect either exchanges for customers made available or a larger microSD card to compensate for the storage loss. More on this issue will definitely be coming in the coming days. To our forum members who have ordered a G2, are you experiencing any issues? Let us know in the comment section below! [Via Engadget]

(Rumor) Samsung Galaxy “Tape”: Early Specs Revealed

More news of the latest member of Samsung’s Galaxy family is starting to flow in. this time around a Vietnamese site by the name of Tinh Te, is claiming to have information on a few specs. If they are true this will be a pretty impressive tablet. Samsung has a history of being able to deliver hardware pretty quick so the wait for this slate may not be as long as most.

HTC Readies OTA to Fix Storage Card Issue in the EVO

Maybe the best thing about this phone being handed out at the I/O is the discovery of the storage card bug. If that hadn’t been done there’s a good chance most of the customers that ran out and purchased this device would’ve had some major complaints for Sprint and HTC. An OTA update will be pushed out soon to fix the storage card issues in the EVO.

Droid 2 or Shadow?

With all the excitement we’ve had today with the release of Froyo, the Droid 2 almost slipped by us. The folks over at Howard Forums have received some specs and more information on the next iteration of Verizon’s Droid series. The picture of the manual below is none other than the successor of the Droid.
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