Tuesday, May 8, 2012

Toshiba Lanches Wi-Fi Camera SD Cards

 New Wi-Fi SD Card

This summer Toshiba will launches its new Wi-Fi enabled SD card for cameras.  These cards will let users share their photos immediately, at the time and place when their photos are taken. Up to 10 devices can share the miniature wireless network, that the SD card generates, to download photos from its memory.   The 8GB card is currently available in Japan and sells for about 6,000 Japanese Yen (US $72), while a regular SD card sells for a fraction of that price. 

In the future, Wi-Fi enabled SD cards may be obsolete because digital camera makers are building Wi-Fi features directly into the hardware of the camera.

Monday, May 7, 2012

Kingston Digital Announces Card Reader with USB 3.0

USB 3.0 Card Reader

In April, Kingston announced that it has updated its MobileLite G3 card reader with USB3.0 support.  The newest MobileLite is backwards compatible with USB 2.0 and supports SD/SDHC/SDXC/microSD, and Memory Stick Pro Duo.  The device is compatible with most operating systems but will not work with Macs.  The MobileLite G3 costs $10 and comes with a two-year warranty and free tech support.

Friday, May 4, 2012

Garmin Partners with Suzuki

Garmin GPS Navigation in Your Suzuki Vehicle 

For the first time ever, Garmin’s navigation and entertainment system will be coming to the dashboard of Suzuki vehicles.  Most American 2013-model Suzuki vehicles will come with the Garmin navigation and entertainment voice-enabled system.  Garmin’s system will have a 6.1-inch high-resolution, touch screen display, CD player and radio.  The navigation system will also come equipped with a USB port to transfer travel routes, photos and music and a SD card slot to easily load map updates.

Thursday, May 3, 2012

NAB Review

 Thank You for Stopping by Our Booth


Last month TeraMotions attended the NAB Trade Show in Las Vegas, NV April 14th -19th.    We enjoyed meeting everyone who stopped by our booth.  Reporter James E. O'Neal stopped by our booth to speak with TeraMotions and to snap a few pictures.  O'Neal even featured U-Reach, along with a picture of the U-Reach booth and U-Reach's representative, Faith Her, in his news article for the NAB Show Daily News.  Her is seen here holding U-Reach's copy-protected USBs and behind her are the Intelligent 9 Flash Duplicators that debuted in January of this year.  You can read O'Neal's full article here.