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Toshiba is trying to push out a new standard in the kind of SDHC memory cards your digital camera probably uses. Personally, we hope the company succeeds. That's because if they do, Toshiba could be delivering wireless capabilities to all SDHC-compatible cameras — and even other devices — bringing a high-end feature to the masses.
When the iPhone first launched it came in two flavors: 4GB and 8GB. It's almost hard to imagine cramming today's movies, music and pictures onto a drive so tiny. Now it's up to 16GB and 32GB, but that still sounds on the smallish side. Hey, how about 128GB?