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SanDisk releases 512GB memory card

Sept. 16, 2014—In 2003, SanDisk unveiled its first 512MB SD memory card. Storage capacity has multiplied since then: SanDisk’s Extreme Pro SDXC UHS-1 memory card has 512GB of space and costs $800.

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Apple may lower Beats pricing

Innovation and lower prices are the outcomes that consumers should expect from Apple’s purchase of headphone maker Beats by Dr. Dre, two industry officials predict.

Apps guide drivers to parking spots

Thanks to at least 12 mobile applications, finding a parking spot can mean checking your smartphone rather than cruising around in circles.

Analyst expects more smaller electronics stores

Consumers have bought more of their electronics online since 2000, while brick-and-mortar retailers have shut locations because of shrinking sales. However, retail stores aren’t doomed, says a stock analyst who covers brick-and-mortar and online retailers.

Smartphone cases go beyond protection

Many smartphone users turn to cases and covers to keep their phone intact, and many cases provide functions other than protection, such as charging the battery or repairing your bike.

Understanding the ‘open Internet’

Net neutrality, or the open Internet, could be stifled by a change in Federal Communications Commission regulations, which might be finalized before the end of 2014.

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