30 Nov '11, 9am

Sony to offer memory card standard for high-speed video recording

Sony's previous push of its in-house developed Memory Stick as the mainstream compact memory card standard was not successful, due to rising competition from other standards such as CompactFlash, multimedia card (MMC) and SecuredDigital (SD). Ultimately, SD cards have gone mainstream thanks to the open standard.

Full article: http://www.digitimes.com/news/a20111130PD219.html

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