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  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    Startup offers free OpenAccess-to-OASIS translator Startup OASIS Tooling Inc. will offer its new OpenAccess-to-OASIS bidirectional translator to customers until June 2005. Matsushita blends FeRAM technology with smart cards Matsushita has added contactless smart card capabilities to its SD memory
  • Computer Power User Article - Road Warrior
    finger keyboard for faster text entry. A Web cam facilitates real-time video chats, and two SD memory card slots allow for a maximum of 4GB of storage in addition to the 256MB of built-in storage. The N800 uses Nokia s proprietary Internet Tablet OS 2007 and includes mobile versions of Opera,
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    OpenAccess-to-OASIS translator Startup OASIS Tooling Inc. will offer its new OpenAccess-to-OASIS bidirectional translator to customers until June 2005. Matsushita blends FeRAM technology with smart cards Matsushita has added contactless smart card capabilities to its SD memory card using FeRAM
  • Implementing File I/O Functions Using Microchip?s Memory Disk Drive File System Library
    in sectors. A Association (see "References"), respectively. sector size of 512 bytes is common. Since the number of available memory addresses is capped at FFFFh,Functionally, the two card formats are similar; however, sectors can be grouped into clusters that share anthe SD card has optional encryption
  • Smart Computing Article - From The Photo Files
    read CF-I/II (CompactFlash Type I or II), miniSD (mini SecureDigital), MMC (MultiMediaCard), MS (Sony Memory Stick), MS Duo/PRO/PRO Duo, RS-MMC (Reduced-Size MMC), SD, SmartMedia, and xD (eXtreme Digital Picture Card). Another option is PNY s Multi-Slot 2.0 Reader ($39.95; ), which reads CF, MMC
  • EETimes.com | Electronics Industry News for EEs & Engineering Managers
    merger that would create a single dominant multiple system operator (MSO) in Japan, according to newspaper reports in Japan. Sony, SD group deal format war cards A new front opened in the memory card war this week, as both Sony Corp. and the Secure Digital Card Association said they will roll out
  • From the palm of the hand to the backbone of the factory
    sports two built-in card slots for a CompactFlash card (GPS, scanner, Bluetooth, WLAN, modem), and SD/MMC memory cards. Casio says the device is powerful enough to handle image viewing, video and audio record and playback, speech and handwriting recognition, as well as typical business applications

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